Lilly Canada and its partners, the Canadian Cancer Survivor Network and the Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology, are proud to announce Anne Louise Davies of Courtenay, B.C. as the Overall Best of Exhibition Winner for her entry, In the Dance, in the inaugural Lilly Oncology on Canvas Canada Art Competition. Lilly Oncology on Canvas Canada (LOCC) was created to help those affected by cancer cope with the emotional and physical effects
The Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies (CADTH) is the powerful arm of the federal government responsible for making recommendations to the provinces and territories about medicines accepted for public drug plans. This process is known as Health Technology Assessment (HTA for short). CADTH holds an annual Symposium showcasing its major achievements, trends in drug development and pricing and other important themes impacting HTA. The
During the election campaigns currently running in Alberta & Prince Edward Island, we asked important questions of all candidates about healthcare and cancer care. Now that the elections are over, we invite you to check out what the parties responded. Alberta Election Campaign Prince Edward Island Campaign
Throughout 2015 the Canadian Cancer Survivor Network (CCSN) is offering a series of webinars designed to give you information to help you engage on important issues facing patients and caregivers.This week's webinar is titled how prescription drugs are approved in Canada, and took place on Thursday, April 2nd, from 1:00pm EDT – 2:00pm EDT. Webinar InformationThe webinar will be co-hosted by Bill Dempster and Gerry Jeffcott of 3Sixty Public Affairs.