• Thank you to all of our visitors for your continued interest in Cancerview over the years. As you may know, we’re moving the most valuable content on Cancerview to our redesigned website in March 2019. Be sure to explore our new and exciting Topics section which you helped us create, and where information will be easier for you to locate. Cancerview.ca will be retiring in Spring 2019. 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.

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    Indigenous voices: LivingMyCulture.ca

    Virtual Hospice has launched Indigenous Voices: Stories of Serious Illness and Grief to support quality care at end of life that is culturally safe and inclusive. In this video and print series, First Nations, Inuit and Metis from across Canada share stories about traditions, rituals and spirituality, experiences of care and after death ceremonies and grieving.

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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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    Methadone4Pain.ca is a course for physicians wishing to improve their knowledge and develop core competencies in methadone prescribing for pain management in palliative care for advanced cancer patients. Approved for 1 hour MainPro-M1 credits and as a Royal College Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1).

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