Learn more about the BETTER program for preventing cancer and chronic diseases through an interview with Dr. Eva Grunfeld, a video and a pamphlet
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Review results about Canadian smoking cessation approaches developed by, with or for First Nations, Inuit and Métis populations, now with data from 2017 to 2018
Learn about the distances and times many Inuit need to travel to receive cancer care
In this video, Dr. Esther Tailfeathers gives practical advice about healthcare during the cancer journey for people in remote communities
Read Dr. Corriveau’s interview about cancer control in the north and the cancer control strategy for the Northwest Territories
Read this 2014 report about disparities based on earnings, immigration status and where people live
Learn about the cancer journey for First Nations peoples living off-reserve and relevant, international models and practices in this 2013 report
Learn about the cancer journey for each of the Inuit Nunangat regions, and promising, culturally responsive resources and services
This report examines pathways and leading models of cancer care in rural, remote and isolated First Nations communities
In this video, Dave talks about his treatment for lung cancer as a full-time job given that he lives in a remote village on Lake Superior
In this video, Beatrice talks in Inuinnaqtun about the emotions she felt when diagnosed with breast cancer and gives advice about medical appointments.
In this video, Beatrice talks in English about the emotions she felt when she was diagnosed with breast cancer and gives advice about medical appointments
In this video, Veronica speaks in Inuktitut about travelling over 1000 miles for breast-cancer treatment and how cancer has changed her
In this video, Veronica speaks in English about travelling over 1000 miles for breast-cancer treatment and how cancer has changed her
In this video, Gloria talks about treatment for her breast cancer and her mother’s reaction to both the diagnosis and treatment