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CIHR – ICR Late Breaking Funding Opportunity

ICR is pleased to announce a Recent Partnership with AstraZeneca (AZ) to develop the independence of New Investigators in initiating and conducting research in the area of metastatic bladder cancer. This partnership will provide funding for one award, for an Early Career Investigator to support research in the area of locally advanced or metastatic bladder

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“Safe Zone” Survey/The College of Family Physicians of Canada and Choosing Wisely Canada

Opportunity to engage patients to help create ’safe zones’ for conversations with family doctors This is an opportunity for patient input and engagement through a 5-minute confidential survey to inform what a ‘safe zone’ might look like, in a clinical setting from a patient perspective across Canada. To access the survey, please click here. The

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Connect with us on LinkedIn!

Are you on LinkedIn? If so, we’d love to connect with you! Visit our profile at https://ca.linkedin.com/company/canadian-cancer-survivor-network and be sure to follow us!    

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Still Time to Join Ontario or Alberta All-party Cancer Caucuses!

If you are interested in being part of the Canadian Cancer Survivor Network’s All-Party Cancer Caucuses at the Ontario legislature in Toronto or the Alberta legislature in Edmonton, there is still time to join! The objectives of the two All-Party Cancer Caucuses are to: Bring together MPPs/MLAs from all parties, CCSN and patient and caregiver

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Enhanced, Searchable Cancer Drug Information Pipeline Database for Patient Groups

The Canadian Cancer Action Network (CCAN), in collaboration with CADTH, are pleased to announce that they are launching an enhanced Cancer Drug Information Pipeline for Patient Groups by transitioning it to a more advanced, user-friendly format with a search engine platform. This new search engine database was co-developed by CCAN and the CADTH pan-Canadian Oncology Drug

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Join CCSN’s new Head and Neck Cancer Advisory Council

Have you been diagnosed with head and neck cancer and want to get more involved in the cancer community? CCSN has several advisory councils, and we’re now starting a new one on head and neck cancer. Our advisory councils are a great way for patients, survivors, caregivers or family members to participate in projects and

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