September 19, 2023

The Psychological Effect of Lymphoma

Often, we talk about fear and anxiety when dealing with any form of cancer, but this is particularly true when talking about lymphoma.  What disease does this sound like based...
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September 12, 2023 / Cancer Can't Wait, Firefighters and Cancer

Rising Wildfires, Rising Injustice: The Battle for Fair Compensation for Firefighters

In a startling revelation, forest and wildland firefighters across the country find themselves not only battling rampant wildfires but also an unjust system that denies them fair access to compensation...
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September 5, 2023 / Cancer Can't Wait, Firefighters and Cancer

Cancer Can’t Wait: Governments from across Canada should expedite the implementation of a new cancer framework for Canadian firefighters

New federal legislation aims to protect firefighters from cancer. OTTAWA, ON, Sept. 5, 2023 /CNW/ - The Canadian Cancer Survivor Network (CCSN) is urging governments across the nation to make...
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August 23, 2023

Quebec Makes the Move to Reimburse Large B-Cell Lymphoma Treatment

MONTREAL, Aug. 17, 2023 /CNW/ - Incyte Biosciences Canada is pleased to announce that Quebec has made Minjuvi® (tafasitamab) in combination with lenalidomide accessible with reimbursement under the Régie de...
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August 2, 2023

Breast Cancer Screening Public Document Submissions

The Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care (CTFPHC)  is currently undertaking an update of the Canadian Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines. The CTFPHC has asked for submissions of potentially relevant evidence on Breast...
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August 1, 2023 / News

Check Out Our Submission for the 2024 Federal Budget

We have made a number of suggestions to the federal government to improve cancer care across the country. We have made the recommendations as part of the government's pre-budget consultations....
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July 31, 2023 / ACT

Open Letter: Urgent need to reduce the age to begin breast cancer screening in Canada

To All Federal Decision Makers, Subject: Urgent Need to Reduce the Age to Begin Breast Cancer Screening We, the undersigned women leaders from various sectors of Canadian society, are writing...
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July 19, 2023

Glioblastoma: The most aggressive of brain cancers

It grows fast, it hits hard, and when symptoms begin showing up it may already be too late. Glioblastoma is a specific type of brain tumour, one that is the...
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July 6, 2023 / Firefighters and Cancer

New Legislation Aims to Tackle Firefighter Cancer

( Left to Right: Nir Hagigi, CCSN Public Policy Analyst; Senator Hassan Yussuff; Lindsay Timm, CCSN Community Engagement Manager; Gabriel McDonald, CCSN Social Policy Researcher ) We have discussed before...
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July 5, 2023 / News

Susan M. Love, Breast Cancer Advocacy Pioneer, Has Passed Away

Susan M. Love, MD, MBA, who led Dr. Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research since 1995, steering the Foundation through its innovative and life-changing research and advocacy programs, has...
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