First Nations cancer control in Canada baseline report

Review this report from 2013 about the First Nations cancer journey as a baseline to measure future progress

First Nations are one of three constitutionally recognized Indigenous populations in Canada, representing more than 60 languages and 52 Nations each with their own distinct practices, identity and cultural protocols.

Gain context about the cancer journey for First Nations patients and families and review information on promising practices across the cancer continuum.

The report looks at the patient experience from screening and diagnosis through to survivorship or palliative care, as well as challenges experienced by First Nations patients and families throughout the cancer continuum.

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