The CCSN webinar series is for patients, survivors, family, friends, caregivers, and any member of the community interested in the best possible care and follow-up for cancer patients and survivors.
In this webinar we will cover basics of advanced prostate cancer, what it means to have non-metastatic castration resistant prostate cancer, the new treatment options now available for this disease space, and the prognosis for patients in this state of disease. Presented by Dr. Robert Hamilton, urologic oncologist at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery (Urology) at the University
In this webinar, attendees will learn about cancer related fatigue and how to manage symptoms during the treatment journey. Hosted by Dr. Rob Rutledge, Radiation Oncologist in Halifax, Nova Scotia and Associate Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at Dalhousie University, this webinar will discuss the following topics: • Understanding the science and study of cancer related fatigue • Practical ways to improve your energy
Blood clots in the veins of the lungs and legs are common in patients who are receiving treatment for cancer. However, the symptoms of blood clots are often difficult to recognize. Presented by Dr. Eric Tseng MD MScCH FRCPC, Staff Physician, Hematology & Thrombosis at St. Michael’s Hospital, this webinar discusses what to look for, what to do if you are worried, and how to
The federal election on Oct. 21, 2019 provides opportunities to connect with newly elected or re-elected government representatives at the outset. The Canadian Cancer Survivor Network and Ryan Clarke of Advocacy Solutions hosted this webinar, How to Have Your Voice Heard During the Oct. 21, 2019 Federal Election, on Oct. 3, 2019, to help participants: · Better appreciate the difference between federal and provincial roles
For 20 years, United States politicians have been interested in fighting their high drug prices by bulk importing prescription drugs from Canada. Recently, the politically-appointed head of the US Health Department has said they are proposing new rules to make allowances for this practice. The State of Florida has also passed new legislature and published a 40-page plan, and the Florida Governor has met with