‘A tsunami of cancer’: The need to ramp up care sidelined by COVID-19 is urgent

By Jaimie Roebuck | Republished from Healthy Debate (original article) There is no pause button for cancer. We can’t postpone, hold or reschedule it for a later date. But COVID-19 has forced an abrupt and immediate halt to crucial cancer screening, tests and treatments. While steps have been taken to gradually reintroduce routine and critical cancer care, we need to keep this momentum going –

A Milestone in Lung Cancer Screening

The Canadian Cancer Survivor Network, represented by President & CEO Jackie Manthorne, was pleased to be invited to speak at the Lung Health Foundation’s virtual day at the Ontario Legislature in a celebration of lung cancer screening being made a permanent program in Ontario on May 27, 2021. This event was also attended by Lung Cancer Canada, lung cancer patients, and many Ontario MPPs and

Brain Tumour Incidence and Mortality Report

The Brain Tumour Registry of Canada (BTRC) published their Incidence and Mortality Report on May 26th, 2021. The detailed breakdown of the data and the inclusion of non-malignant tumours make this report uniquely valuable compared to other reporting on brain tumours.