June 27, 2023

Hear From Allen, a Stage IV Survivor of a Deadly Head & Neck Cancer

Allen pushed for access to advanced molecular testing which identified a mutation that could be targeted with a prostate cancer therapy that ultimately saved his life. Please click on the...
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June 26, 2023

National Cancer Wellness Awareness Day

One in two Canadians is expected to develop cancer in their lifetime and most don’t know about cancer wellness programs that can help them live well with cancer.   WHAT...
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June 23, 2023

National Indigenous Peoples Day

On June 21st, Canada celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day. This day is the culmination of Indigenous Peoples Month, which honours the heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding achievements and contributions of...
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June 15, 2023

Survivorship Takes Front and Center for World Kidney Cancer Day

It is always a pleasure when more cancer groups talk about survivorship.  But as many cancer survivors will tell you, even after the all-clear is given, it’s still an uphill...
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June 8, 2023 / Cancer Can't Wait

For Many Canadians, Cancer Didn’t Wait. Now They’re Paying the Price

New data from Statistics Canada estimates a 12.3 per cent drop in new cancer case diagnosis in 2020. Screening and early detection remain the gold standards to create better outcomes...
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June 4, 2023 / News

CCSN Marks National Cancer Survivor’s Day at Ottawa City Hall

The Canadian Cancer Survivor Network has marked National Cancer Survivors Day. A delegation was received by Ottawa City Councilor Sean Devine, who was acting on behalf of Mayor Mark Sutcliffe,...
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May 15, 2023 / Cancer Can't Wait, News

CCSN Returns to Queen’s Park for Latest All-Party Cancer Caucus

The Canadian Cancer Survivor Network’s (CCSN) All-party Caucus at Queen’s Park in Toronto was held on April 24, 2023. It was attended by several CCSN staff, including President and CEO...
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May 15, 2023 / Cancer Can't Wait, News

Read Dense Breasts Canada Reaction to New US Breast Cancer Screening Recommendations

The following is a message from Dense Breasts Canada The recently released United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) Breast Cancer Screening recommendations are both exciting and disappointing. The good...
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May 12, 2023 / News

CORD Looking For Board of Directors Applicants

The following is an announcement from CORD The Canadian Organization for Rare Disorders is looking for passionate, creative, committed, qualified people to join our Board of Directors for the 2023-2026...
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May 4, 2023 / Elections

Alberta Election: Read our Questions to Candidates

This is the letter sent out by Jackie Manthorne to all candidates in the 2023 Alberta Election. To read the answers, click here. Dear Candidate: Over 233,900 Canadians are diagnosed...
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