• We're changing our websites! To help us meet our goal of becoming Canada's destination for evidence-based cancer control information, we're consolidating a number of our websites including Cancerview.ca and PartnershipAgainstCancer.ca. Learn more
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  • Canada's destination for evidence-based cancer control information. Sharing knowledge. Driving impact.

    We’re changing our websites!

    To help us meet our goal of becoming Canada’s destination for evidence-based cancer control information, we’re consolidating a number of our websites including Cancerview.ca and PartnershipAgainstCancer.ca. We’re updating content from Cancerview.ca and moving it to a new and improved version of PartnershipAgainstCancer.ca. Cancerview.ca will be fully accessible during the transition, but once the content migration is complete, this site will no longer be available.

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    February 4 is World Cancer Day

    World Cancer Day is an annual event organized by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) that explores how we can all step up to the plate to save millions of preventable deaths from cancer by raising awareness about the disease and encouraging individuals and organizations to take action.

  • National Non-Smoking Week

    January 15-21 is National Non-Smoking Week

    This week, the Partnership is sharing the latest information on what jurisdictions across Canada are doing to address emerging tobacco control issues. We also have new and updated resources on waterpipe use, flavoured tobacco and electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS).

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    Introducing Cancerandwork.ca

    For cancer survivors, returning to work can be especially difficult due to the effects of cancer and its treatment. Cancer and Work is a new interactive website that provides resources for survivors, employers and healthcare providers with practical, up-to-date information on returning to work, including support offered by provinces and territories.

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    November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month

    Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death for both men and women in Canada. More people die from lung cancer than breast cancer, colorectal cancer and prostate cancer combined. Visit our partners at Lung Cancer Canada to learn more.

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    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Early detection of cancer is one of our best methods of saving lives and improving treatment options. Read our environmental scan of provincial and territorial breast screening programs across Canada and their guidelines for protecting women’s breast health.

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    September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

    2,800 Canadian women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer every year. Visit our partners at Ovarian Cancer Canada to learn more.

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