Complying With New Alcohol Guidelines an Uphill Battle

The recent guidelines from the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) have certainly caused controversy. The new guidelines, released last month, were blunt: No amount of alcohol is safe to consume. At best, no more than two drinks should be consumed a week. Anything more increases the risk of heart disease, stroke and, of course, cancer. The link between alcohol and cancer has

Not all Cancer Patients are Equal, and We Want to Change That

Today is World Cancer Day, and the theme this year is Close the Care Gap, something we here at the Canadian Cancer Survivor Network believe is of the utmost importance. The day is put on by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), with the goal of assuring access to diagnosis, treatment and care is equitable for all. Founded in 2000 at the World Summit