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Comprehensive legislative change is needed to protect British Columbians from the dangers of tobacco use and exposure to second-hand smoke. This report outlines six recognized ways that government action can save lives, decrease suffering, and reduce the strain on our overburdened health care syst…
Special topic: Breast cancer
Special topic: Childhood cancer (Ages 0 to 14)
Special topic: Cancer in adolescents and young adults
Special topic: End-of-life care
Special topic: Colorectal cancer
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Cancer statistics for young adults aged 20-44 in Canada.
This film explores the personal stories and real life experiences of several Canadian gay men who are dealing with prostate cancer. Some of them live in cities; others live in small towns and rural areas.
How to Win a Tickle Fight is a true story that follows one young father, Brock, and his family for two years as they strive to live full, meaningful lives despite the metastatic cancer diagnosis they are navigating. Brock desperately wants to leave a legacy for his 7 year old son and be remembered …
Adapted from a publication by US Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Services, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, Maryland, USA 20205.
This booklet was revised in 1996 for the same video as ID # 1484.
In the mid-1980's, clinical psychologist Leora Kuttner spearheaded a pioneer pain management project for children with cancer. In No Fears, No Tears eight courageous children with cancer, aged three to twelve years old, demonstrated a variety of ways in which the natural abilities of the mind can b…