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Information on Mesothelioma

Looking for information about mesothelioma? Check out the videos below to learn more about certain symptoms and a mesothelioma prognosis! Mesothelioma Symptoms Mesothelioma Prognosis Thanks to our partner Mesothelioma for sharing these videos!

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Watch our most recent webinar!

Webinar Information: The Canadian Cancer Survivor Network is pleased to offer a webinar titled “My Journey Through Melanoma and My Hope For The Future”. This webinar will allow the survivor community an opportunity to learn more about melanoma, the current issues that melanoma patients face and also learn about the Save Your Skin Foundation. Presenter

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Protecting Canadians from High Drug Prices

Canadian Health Minister Jane Philpott announced changes that will be made in order to protect Canadians from high prescription drug prices. In a statement released on May 16th, the Minister said that “Canadians are paying too much for prescription drugs, and the Government of Canada is committed to making drugs more affordable. Modernizing our approach

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CCSN Launches New Website

OTTAWA, ON – To continue celebrating their fifth anniversary, the Canadian Cancer Survivor Network (CCSN) recently announced the launch of their newly revamped website. The redesigned website offers quick and easy access to vital information for the cancer community. The website features three main highlighted sections titled Connect, Learn and Act. “We are very excited

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Patients Respond to Federal Minister of Health Dr. Jane Philpott’s Remarks on Addressing the High Cost of Pharmaceuticals in Canada

Media Advisory Patients Respond to Federal Minister of Health Dr. Jane Philpott’s Remarks on Addressing the High Cost of Pharmaceuticals in Canada Louise Binder, a woman living with HIV and a long-standing health policy advocate, is available to respond to Dr. Jane Philpott’s upcoming announcement on addressing the high cost of pharmaceuticals. Representing Save Your

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Nova Scotia Election Campaign

The government of Nova Scotia has an important role to play in making sure that everyone diagnosed with cancer has timely access to cancer care and essential medical services as well as access to emergency rooms and the treatment and medications they need. There are 106,000 people in Nova Scotia without a family doctor, and

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