Two new papers estimate the impact of the pandemic on cancer care on a large scale.
On April 5th, Canada observed National Caregiver Day – a day dedicated to recognizing the essential labour that caregivers do and the contributions they make to the health and quality of life of so many Canadians.
On April 4th, the CanCertainty Coalition gathered to call for equitable access to take-home cancer drugs in Ontario.
An estimated 233,900 Canadians will receive a cancer diagnosis in 2022, and 85,100 will die of cancer.
The global death toll from COVID-19 has now been estimated to be three times higher than official reports.
In January, CCSN’s President and CEO, Jackie Manthorne, wrote to all of the Health Ministers across Canada as part of the national “Cancer Can’t Wait” campaign. These letters were written specifically to each provincial Minister of Health, highlighting ongoing concerns of cancer patients in each respective province. The letters culminate in a call to action for the health care systems of each province to invest