Video & slides are now available for CCSN’s webinar “The Body-Mind-Spirit Connection – Making a Difference on the Cancer Journey”

Watch the webinar on YouTube:     View the slides:   The Body-Mind-Spirit Connection – Making a Difference on the Cancer Journey from Canadian Cancer Survivor Network   Webinar InformationIn this webinar, Dr. Rob Rutledge spoke about a practical and integrated approach to a cancer diagnosis.  Viewers learned about integrative medicine, which means combining conventional medical care

Canadian Partnership Against Cancer receives endorsement

Federal budget gives support for collaborative approach to reducing cancer in Canada Toronto, March 23, 2016 /CNW/ – The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (the Partnership) is pleased to see that the federal budget released today in Ottawa confirmed ongoing funding to the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer for $47.5 million annually. This is confirmation that the Government of Canada will continue to support the Partnership and

Join us for National Cancer Survivors Day 2016

Survivor Day is a CELEBRATION for those who have survived, an INSPIRATION for those recently diagnosed, a gathering of SUPPORT for families, and an OUTREACH to the community. Participants unite in a symbolic event to show the world that life after a cancer diagnosis can be meaningful, productive, and even inspiring. Canada’s one million cancer

Participate in our ‘A Seat at the Table’ survey

Have you been a patient representative on any healthcare body in Canada? Patients are increasingly involved in the healthcare system as members of cancer agencies, hospital boards or family councils, on regional health boards and on research panels for decision on research spending. The Canadian Cancer Survivor Network wants to provide patients with the best

Partnership expands support for Canadian cancer treatment data linkage and analysis

First-of-its-kind programming to develop and enhance standardized cancer treatment data in Canada TORONTO, March 21, 2016 /CNW/ – The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer will help provinces delve deeper into cancer treatment data to improve the ability of clinicians, policy-makers, health system managers, analysts and others to understand patterns of care and highlight areas for improvement in the quality of

Canadian Women Encouraged to “Know Your Genes”

Ovarian Cancer Canada's "Know Your Genes" Initiative Focuses on the Role of Genetics in Ovarian Cancer and the Need for Greater Awareness MISSISSAUGA, ON, March 17, 2016 /CNW/ – A new initiative from Ovarian Cancer Canada in partnership with AstraZeneca Canada is tapping into fashion, and specifically jean fabric, to kick-start an important public conversation about the

Follow along with CCSN during the Saskatchewan election campaign!

The Canadian Cancer Survivor Network asks cancer care questions of all main parties and their candidates during federal, provincial and territorial elections (see the answers to our questions in previous elections here). We are currently covering the 2016 Saskatchewan provincial election campaign before the election on April 4th.Please click here to see CCSN's questions and the responses we