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Launch of #TellMe Manitoba Initiative

August 16, 2019

A new campaign called “Tell Me My Breast Density” has begun, and its goal is to inform politicians in the upcoming elections that breast...

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Revised ODSP Guidelines Could Pose a Threat to Cancer Patients

August 8, 2019

In November 2018, the Ontario government announced its intention to change the definition of disability in the Ontario Disability Support Program...

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Co-Founder of Myeloma Canada Passes Away

August 8, 2019

We are saddened to report on the passing of Aldo Del Col, M.S.M., Co-founder of Myeloma Canada on August 6th, 2019, due to complications related to...

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Upcoming Events

  • Aug29
    IASLC Presents: Women and Lung Cancer

    The International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer is hosting a webinar on the topic of Women and Lung Cancer: Screening, Treatment, and Beyond. This webinar will be taking place on Thursday, August 29th at 1:00pm. This hour-long program will discuss the global impact of lung cancer on women and the changing landscape. It will also focus on recent research findings, as well as future

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  • Sep01
    Prostate Cancer Canada’s Wake Up Call Breakfast

    Wake Up Call Breakfast is a unique opportunity to support the 1 in 7 Canadian men who will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. It brings together business leaders in an event tailor-made for them, to raise awareness and funds for the most common cancer affecting Canadian men. Join them – as a guest, corporate sponsor, or table host – for an unforgettable

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  • Sep12
    YACC’s Retreat Yourself Adventure

    Young Adult Cancer Canada is hosting another Retreat Yourself Adventure! Retreat Yourself Adventure gives young adult cancer survivors and supporters a chance to tackle survivorship issues while ziplining and hiking in Newfoundland on a 4-day Adventure that will push limits and challenge participants both physically and mentally. Read the eligibility criteria and register here.

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  • This study is examining physical activity and psychological well-being in cancer survivors

    If you are over the age of 25 and have finished your cancer treatment within the past 6-12 months, you are eligible to complete this survey. This research will be looking at the level of physical activity in cancer survivors, and their overall psychological well-being. Click the button below to complete the survey!Participate Now

  • Help the WHO test and improve the MedSafe app!

    The MedSafe app, an initiative of the World Health Organization, seeks to educate patients and the general public through the 5 key moments where your action can reduce the risk of medication-related harm. The app is free and could be very helpful to patients. In order to help, simply download the app from the App Store or Google Play Store, and leave a review once you've used it.

  • Share your feedback for the development of new clinical trials regulations

    Health Canada is seeking feedback on what they should consider in developing new clinical trials regulations as well as implementing the pathway for Advanced Therapeutic Products. They want to hear from patients & consumers, academics, industry, NGOs, and any other interested parties. Send an email to to request the consultation questions by email before August 30th, 2019!

  • Take part in research to advance the science of cancer survivorship!

    If you are a cancer survivor who was diagnosed with lymphoma, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, or head and neck cancer within the last 5 years, you are eligible to participate in this research initiative. Cancer survivors provide a unique perspective, which can help inform this committee of recommendations for cancer rehabilitation.Participate Now

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Cancer Journey Stories

Demystifying Prostate Cancer and The New Normal – Harvey Slobod

Since his early 50’s, Harvey Slobod always ensured he didn’t miss a yearly health checkup, which included a digital exam. It proved a little bit uncomfortable, however, it was necessary to check the health of the prostate. After his August 2017 exam in his 72nd year, his GP suggested follow-up with a Urologist, as something didn’t feel right. The Urologist confirmed his fears when he

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The Face of Prostate Cancer: Paul’s Story

Paul Mayotte was much like most men his age, healthy, happy and ready to embrace retirement. He began the yearly check-ups with his doctor when he turned 50 and also began the PSA test (Prostate-Specific Antigen) to establish a baseline for potential prostate problems. When Mayotte turned 60 things began to change with his PSA levels and he was referred to a urologist. After a

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The new breast cancer screening guidelines released by the Canadian Task Force on Preventative Health Care are dangerous, and thousands of Canadian women will die if they are not revised. They ignore expert advice and current data, ignore the importance of early detection of breast cancer, advise against breast self-exams, and expect women to make important health decisions based on inaccurate information. These guidelines will lead to thousands of lives lost. Learn more here. Join the 52,000 others who have signed the petition to reject the guidelines here.

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