(NC) Canadian cancer patients are living longer than ever, with many patients now experiencing cancer as a chronic condition instead of an incurable disease. Did you know that 63 per cent of Canadian cancer patients live longer than five years after diagnosis, and that number rises to 81 per cent if they survive past the first year? But a recent survey conducted by the Canadian
Bone health in cancer is a very important issue – how much do you know? If you want to learn more, take a look at this presentation from Dr. Sandy Sehdev, which CCSN hosted late last year!
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Yet Canadians in the dark about cancer survival rates OTTAWA (June 24, 2014) – Cancer isn’t always a matter of life and death anymore – today, an increasing number of Canadians are living with cancer as a chronic condition. However, the majority of Canadians and the healthcare system have not necessarily responded to this shift. “The fact is, 63 per cent of Canadian cancer patients
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Jackie Manthorne, President & CEO of CCSN, attended and presented at the 2014 conference of the Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology in Winnipeg, April 30-May 2. The 2014 conference brought together interdisciplinary professionals to explore, share, learn and discuss the psychosocial aspects of cancer. CAPO’s annual conference convenes researchers, clinicians and community-based organizations from several professions, including: medical, psychiatry, nursing, psychology, social work, spiritual care,