Canada has made impressive strides in lowering the mortality rate of lung cancer, but with 11.6% of the population still smoking, this rate can still drop further.
Starting in Fall 2024, Ontario will offer self-referral for breast cancer screening to women between the ages of 40 to 74.
Learn more about PROgress Tracker, an innovative knowledge base registry which aims to gather crucial experiences and insights from breast cancer patients and survivors.
BRCA screening tests for any abnormalities in the gene that could cause irregular cell growth - the root cause of cancer. Learn more about this genetic test.
Many provinces across Canada are considering making the move to HPV screening rather than conducting pap smears to identify patients at risk for cervical cancer.
There is a lot one can do to still get out and enjoy the sunshine safely including protective clothing and sunscreen.
Learn about innovative approaches to cancer treatment, research and support in this interview with Dr. Stuart Edmonds, Executive V.P., Mission, Research and Advocacy, the Canadian Cancer Society.
Cancer support groups and resources are essential for greater wellbeing and quality of life.
Pharmacogenomics is a field of study that researches how drug response is linked to a person’s genetics, an exciting new way to treat cancer.