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March 25th, 2013

New guides available to boost two key components of person-centred care

New guides available to boost two key components of person-centred careExpanded implementation guides for the growing fields of patient navigation and screening for distress are now available to help improve the cancer journey for patients.

 “In recent years, understanding of the need for both of these core elements of person-centred care has expanded rapidly,” says Dr. Margaret Fitch, Expert Lead of the patient experience and survivorship initiatives of the Person-Centred Perspective at the Partnership.…

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March 14th, 2013

Have a colonversation: You may save a life

Online resource, colonversation.ca, provides tips for the talk

The Partnership joins with partners across the country urging Canadians to talk to friends and family about the importance of colon cancer screening during March – Colon Cancer Awareness Month – and all year round.

“Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in Canada. In 2012, 5,000 men and 4,200 women were expected to die from it,[1]” says Dr. Heather Bryant, the Partnership’s Vice-President of Cancer Control. “But through screening colorectal cancer can often be found early, while it can still be treated successfully. Screening saves lives.”…

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February 28th, 2013

New report an opportunity to understand and improve impact of organized breast cancer screening

Greg Doyle, Coordinator of the Breast Screening Program for Newfoundland & Labrador and Chair of the CBCSI National Committee , says the report provides valuable information that the cancer control community can act on to ensure that Canadian women have access to high-quality screening programs.

Greg Doyle, Coordinator of the Breast Screening Program for Newfoundland & Labrador and Chair of the CBCSI National Committee, says the report provides valuable information that the cancer control community can act on to ensure that Canadian women have access to high-quality screening programs.

A new report released by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer, entitled Organized Breast Cancer Screening Programs in Canada: Report on Program Performance in 2007 and 2008, provides key information about breast cancer morbidity and mortality as well as potential harms associated with screening. The report, which monitors and evaluates programs essential to the early detection of a disease that took the lives of an estimated 5,100 Canadians in 2012,[1] provides the latest data available to ensure that Canadian women ultimately have access to high-quality breast cancer screening programs.…

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February 4th, 2013

World Cancer Day 2013 targets cancer myths

In honour of World Cancer Day, the orange and blue of the Union for International Cancer Control shone all night on the CN Tower in Toronto.

In honour of World Cancer Day, the orange and blue of the Union for International Cancer Control shone all night on the CN Tower in Toronto.

February 4, 2013 - Today, the Partnership is marking World Cancer Day by joining hundreds of organizations globally to help debunk common myths and misconceptions about cancer.

“Cancer control is advancing rapidly,” says Dr. Heather Bryant, the Partnership’s Vice-President of Cancer Control and UICC Board Member. “Survival rates for many cancers are much better.[1] More cancers are being found earlier through screening programs and are easier to treat successfully. Side effects are often fewer. Pain management is improving.”…

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January 21st, 2013

BETTER tools help patients take action for healthier lives – including quitting smoking

National Non-Smoking Week is an initiative of the Canadian Council for Tobacco Control. For information and resources please visit nnsw.ca

National Non-Smoking Week is an initiative of the Canadian Council for Tobacco Control. For information and resources please visit nnsw.ca

National Non-Smoking Week, Jan. 20-26, encourages Canadians to “Live, work, play … even better smoke free” and the Partnership-funded BETTER Project is helping practitioners help their patients to do just that.

Shelley Bible helps people stop, or reduce, their smoking through her work at Edmonton’s Grey Nuns Family Medicine Centre. Lately she’s had new tools to help with the challenge …

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