June 1, 2014
Review this 2014 report about the Inuit cancer journey developed as a baseline to measure future progress
Inuit are the Indigenous inhabitants of the Arctic, from the Bering Strait to East Greenland. Although Inuit live throughout Canada, most live in Inuit Nunangat, or “Inuit Homeland”, which is comprised of 53 communities located in four land-claim regions: the Nunatsiavut region in Labrador, the Nunavik region in Quebec, the Territory of Nunavut and the Inuvialuit Settlement Region in the Northwest Territories.
Learn about the cancer journey for Inuit and read information on promising practices across the cancer continuum.
This report explores the experience of Inuit cancer patients and families from screening and diagnosis through to survivorship or palliative care.