CCSN’s recent visit to Queen’s Park
CCSN met with MPPs to discuss cancer-related issues
CCSN met with MPPs to discuss cancer-related issues
Catch up on our 2016 Webinar series
Join a Hospital Patient & Family Advisory Council!
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CCSN takes part in the launch of Lilly Oncology on Canvas 2016
At CCSN we strive to deliver quality content to inform our users and we encourage you to catch up on our 2016 webinar series.
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CCSN is looking for an early career PhD to fill a new position as Program and Project Manager.
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All of our 2015 webinars are available here. They focus on a wide range of topics, including the drug approval process in Canada, advocacy strategies, medical marijuana, social media, and much more!
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July 27 The Canadian Cancer Action Network (CCAN) and the CADTH pan-Canadian Oncology Drug Review (pCODR) program are pleased to continue our collaboration with the introduction of the Health Technology Assessment Patient Engagement Navigator (HTAPEN) position to assist the cancer patient community… Read more of Joint Collaboration to Introduce Health Technology Assessment Patient Engagement Navigator Initiative
July 26 Cancer is an utterly terrifying six-letter word since it's a disease that's still largely a mystery to researchers, and in many cases, there are no definitive cures. Chances are better than not that you, or someone close to you, has… Read more of Five New Lung Cancer Drugs Have Been Approved Since October
July 26 If you enjoy a good tipple after a hard day's work, you may want to put that glass down. A new study says that alcohol consumption is associated with seven types of cancer. The study, published in the journal Addiction… Read more of Put that drink down! Alcohol linked to 7 types of cancer, study says
July 26 There’s new hope for lung cancer suffers and those at risk of developing the disease. Melbourne researchers have discovered a breakthrough new drug that could potentially stop lung cancer or emphysema as well as detecting the disease before it spreads… Read more of Melbourne researchers uncover breakthrough lung cancer drug
July 20 This year’s Peggy Truscott Award of Hope recognizes two sisters. Wendy Sutherland and Joanne Gasper became involved with Ovarian Cancer Canada when Wendy’s best friend Debbie was diagnosed. “Debbie and I were sisters by choice. Seeing her face ovarian cancer… Read more of Sisters celebrated for their volunteerism
July 19 The objective of A Seat at the Table is to increase the number of informed cancer patients, survivors and caregivers sitting on cancer and other health care Boards, committees and research peer review panels where decisions are being made about… Read more of Volunteer for CCSN's A Seat at the Table!
Yoga on the Beach Rainbow Haven Beach, Cow Bay, NS Starting 19 Jun 2016 From June 19 to August 28 Join us for Yoga on the Beach in support of Ovarian Cancer Canada. Enjoy an ocean side yoga class taught…
Overview Once every season, eight participants join with the Callanish team for a life-changing week. Each season brings its own sensual delights. In winter, all are welcomed indoors by the crackle of the vast wood-burning fireplace, wafts of hearty soups…
For more information, please visit the Victoria Dragon Boat Festival website
Saturday, August 20, 2016 8:00am - 3:00pm Stanford Cancer Center 875 Blake Wilbur Drive, Palo Alto, CA 94304 Agenda coming soon. Click here to register for FREE today! Learn about the latest treatments for kidney cancer, clinical trials and nutrition.…
September 9th, 10th, 11th, 2016 The Forks A Partnership of Caring focused on Patient Care and Support While cancer can touch anyone, often some of the most tragic instances involve children. That is why CancerCare Manitoba Foundation and the Children's…
Interact with leading doctors and get your prostate cancer questions answered. Topics cover everything from treatment options, to side effect management. Multiple Q+A and breakout sessions get you in contact with expert physicians and researchers. You will also glean from…
Join the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network’s Citizens’ Panel!
Are you a female between the ages on 30-56 with a BRCA gene mutation? Click here to learn about this research study!
Get involved at your local hospital by joining a Hospital Patient & Family Advisory Council. Click here to find one in your area!
Would you like to be nominated to sit on cancer and other healthcare boards? Volunteer for CCSN’s A Seat at the Table!
CCSN is looking for volunteer assistant treasurer! Click here to apply
If you are a breast cancer survivor please answer this survey on your habits of physical activity
Canada Cares would like to recognize people who have made a positive difference in their community Nominate a hero today
Has cancer impact you or someone you love? Help the Peace Project learn more about the care they received
Are you living with or survived prostate cancer? Please take part in this documentary
Are you a childhood survivor of cancer or have you been in a relationship with one? Please help researchers learn more about life after cancer
Have you participated in a clinical trial in Canada? Take this survey!
Have you experienced delays waiting for take-home cancer drugs? Have you experienced issues at your pharmacy or outside of the cancer system? Share your story with CanCertainty.
Get involved in a research study focusing on your experience with breast cancer – Click here to find out how.
New Pilot Initiative: Increasing Opportunities for Clinician Input and Feedback in CADTH pan-Canadian Oncology Drug Review Process
Guest Blog By Arvind ManiDirector of Market Access and Policy ResearchPDCI Market AccessThe pan-Canadian Pharmaceutical Alliance (pCPA) recently issued a communiqué outlining their initial perspective on subsequent entry biologics (SEBs)… Read more of Transparent Public Pricing for Biosimilars: pCPA Releases First Principles for SEBs