Advanced Prostate Cancer Survey Now Open!

We hope that you will fill out our survey and help the Canadian Cancer Survivor Network by providing insights and perspectives about living with and managing advanced stages of prostate cancer. If you do not have advanced prostate cancer, please help us share the survey with others who do. Please note that most of this survey is for patients, while there are several questions at

Rapport historique sur les effets pour l’homme de l’exposition aux perturbateurs endocriniens chimiques

19 FÉVRIER 2013 | GENÈVE – Selon un nouveau rapport publié par le Programme des Nations Unies pour l’Environnement (PNUE) et l’Organisation mondiale de la Santé (OMS), intitulé State of the Science of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals, de nombreuses substances chimiques synthétiques dont les effets perturbateurs sur le système endocrinien n’ont pas été testés pourraient avoir des conséquences non négligeables sur la santé. Les auteurs de cette étude

Effects of human exposure to hormone-disrupting chemicals examined in landmark UN report

19 FEBRUARY 2013 | GENEVA – Many synthetic chemicals, untested for their disrupting effects on the hormone system, could have significant health implications according to the State of the Science of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals, a new report by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and WHO. “We urgently need more research to obtain a fuller picture of the health and environment impacts of endocrine disruptors.” Dr Maria

Disparity in care for men with advanced prostate cancer

For Canadian men living with advanced prostate cancer that has spread to their bones, access to bone-targeted treatment may depend on where they live rather than on evidence-based standard of care. For example, men who live in some provinces, such as Alberta, must pay for bone-targeted therapies out of their own pocket or through private insurance, but men living in Ontario or Quebec do not