The Canadian Cancer Survivor Network’s survey of cancer patients and caregivers across Canada has revealed the devastating effect of the cancellation of elective surgeries on cancer patients. The survey was conducted by Leger for the CCSN in late May and early June. In total, 1243 people were surveyed, among them cancer patients, pre-diagnosis patients, and caregivers of cancer patients. Most of the respondents were from
The cancellation and postponement of cancer screenings because of the COVID-19 pandemic has caused anxiety and distress for a significant number of cancer patients, pre-diagnosis patients, and caregivers across Canada, according to a survey recently conducted for the Canadian Cancer Survivors Network. With screenings and tests delayed, cancer patients have been left in the dark about the state of their disease. Sasha, an Alberta lymphoma
World Lung Cancer Day was a campaign created by the Forum of International Respiratory Societies (FIRS) in 2012. Since then, FIRS and The American College of Chest Physicians (CHEST) have strived to raise awareness and to educate the public about lung cancer and its impact on millions around the world. Lung cancer is the most prevalent form of cancer amongst Canadians as well as the
Are you interested in sharing your experience with lung cancer to inform the provision of services to people lung cancer? Your help is needed to identify gaps in care and what would help to fill these gaps. This is a paid market research opportunity from a private company. If interested, please complete the following short survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/C7WCNZ7
CCSN survey results will highlight the physical and emotional toll on Canadians in need of access to cancer care.
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