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October 28, 2022 / Cancer Can't Wait, News

If You Want to Get Screened for Lung Cancer in Ontario, Be Prepared to Travel

You are displaying the signs of lung cancer. You have the chest pains, the coughing up of blood and the fatigue associated with the disease, but you need to be...
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October 5, 2022

Cancer Can’t Wait: CCSN Virtual Advocacy Weeks Continue

As cancer care continues to be disrupted by COVID-19, CCSN is continuing its Virtual Advocacy Weeks, meeting with politicians and other decision makers across the country. Since May that we...
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September 22, 2022 / News, Treatment Updates

Results of new blood test cause for optimism for early detection

There are so many types of cancer out there, it’s easy for them to pass under the radar. For a disease where early detection is critical, getting the right test is...
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September 21, 2022 / News

Join us in welcoming the Lung Health Foundation’s new CEO

September 21st, 2022  There is a new head of the Lung Health Foundation. The Board of Directors has appointed Jessica Buckley to the role of Chief Executive Officer. Chair of...
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August 26, 2022 / COVID-19

The Pandemic Is Still Taking a Toll on Caregivers

Cancer caregivers are more anxious than ever about protecting the person they care for from COVID-19.
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August 25, 2022 / News

Right To Survive’s Open Letter To All Prospective Candidates in Québec’s Upcoming Election

August 25, 2022 Subject: Enhancing access to lung cancer screening across all regions of Québec To all prospective candidates in Québec’s upcoming election: Lung cancer is the leading killer among...
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Jackie Manthorne was interviewed for CTV News Atlantic on August 7, 2022
August 12, 2022 / CCSN News, News

Jackie Manthorne Atlantic CTV News Interview

Jackie Manthorne, president & CEO of the Canadian Cancer Survivor Network (CCSN), was interviewed on August 7, 2022 by Atlantic CTV News anchor Bruce Frisko about the results of the...
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August 9, 2022 / News

Earlier Routine Mammograms Impact Health Outcomes In Women Aged 40 to 59

Study shows annual screening before age 50 leads to lower proportions of advanced breast cancer. Researchers from the University of Ottawa and The Ottawa Hospital show earlier routine mammograms impact...
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August 8, 2022 / CCSN News

The International Liver Cancer Movement has a new website!

We are pleased to announce the launch of a new website for the International Liver Cancer Movement ! The International Liver Cancer Movement (ILCM) is the first ever global movement...
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July 25, 2022 / News

For Cancer Patients, the Pandemic is Not Over

COVID-19 concerns persist as Canadian society re-opens OTTAWA, ON, July 25, 2022 /CNW/ - A recent Canadian Cancer Survivor Network (CCSN) survey shows Canadian cancer patients and caregivers remain fearful...
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