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Living with Cancer: A Report on the Patient Experience, is the first in a series looking at Canadian cancer care exclusively from the patient perspective, illustrating the experience of those individuals and families living with and beyond cancer. This groundbreaking report includes data drawn from…
This report focuses on investment in research focused on cancer risk and prevention over a three-year period. Research is critiical to our understanding of cancer risk and effective cancer prevention strategies. The investment in cancer risk and prevention at $122.3M represented 11% of the overal…
PT.1: The cancer challenge ; Cancer control and the burden of cancer ; PT. 2: Prevention and screening ; Active cancer prevention ; Achieving behavioural changes in individuals and populations ; Early diagnosis and screening in cancer control ; PT.3: Applying new research ; Integrating science w…
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
v.1: Program ; v.2: Abstracts
No special topic on page 9. ; Format ; This publication has recently undergone an evaluation, and we extend our thanks to all ; our readers who participated in the evaluation process. ; In 2013, we will launch a revised version of the publication based on the feedback we ; received through the eval…
Special topic: Liver cancer
Special topic: Skin cancers
Special topic: Predictions of the future burden of cancer in Canada
Special topic: HPV-associated cancers
Special topic: Pancreatic cancer
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.
1. Introduction (1:40 minutes) ; Introduction (video) Hosted by Shelley Pennington, BC Cancer Agency ; 2. I need to stop working? (12:44 minutes) ; I need to stop working (video) Hosted by Maureen Parkinson & Douglas Ozier, BC Cancer Agency ; 3. Accommodation - Home Support - Transportation (5:34…
Health care team discussion ; Overall outline of content ; Dr. Jefferys and patient ; Income replacement options (Human Resources Canada) ; CPP disability ; Prescription coverage ; Ministry of Employment and Income Assistance ; Health Insurance BC and General Medical Costs (premium assistance) ; Tr…
Cancer statistics for young adults aged 20-44 in Canada.