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Canadian Cancer Society

While other preventable cancers are decreasing, skin cancer rates are going up.
But there are other organizations that will still take your ponytail.
With greeting cards featuring tableaus of fishing, golfing and barbecuing with Dad, I can't help missing my father-in-law and feeling the void of his absence. I try to look back with fondness at all the great memories he made with my family, but the pain stings and I'm left feeling bitter that he was taken too soon.
According to the Canadian Cancer Society, smoking causes about 85 per cent of lung cancer cases in Canada and smokers shorten their lives by eight to 10 years on average. Julia Hayos, Special Projects Lead with the Canadian Cancer Society talks about the overview of the Run to Quit program. The Run to Quit program is a 10-week course for smokers to take up running or walking as a way to help break the habit.
The University of Waterloo announced on Monday that the school of pharmacology has made a breakthrough in leukemia research
It is estimated that in 2014, 191,300 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in Canada and 76,600 people will die from the
There are many factors we can't control that affect our cancer risk, like growing older, our genetic profile and having a family history of the disease. But the good news is that there is a lot we can control. It's as simple as making healthy choices every day and having policies in place that protect our health. Here are the top 10 ways to lower your risk of cancer.
Canadians are spending more time in the sun without adequate protection. What's even more concerning is that an alarming number of young women are going to tanning salons. It's not worth risking your life for a tan. Here are 10 of the most common myths about tanning.
Cancer rates in Canada are the lowest they've been in a decade and death rates from cancer continue to decline, but health
These days, cancer awareness is sung loudly — and rightfully so — in headlines every day of the year. There's a month dedicated
While cancer remains the leading cause of death in Canada — a recent report by the Canadian Cancer Society estimated that
CBC — An Ontario cancer researcher is concerned that the Canadian Cancer Society has proportionally shifted funding away
Every November, men across the country take part in Movember, a fundraiser where men grow their facial hair for the month