Women living with ovarian cancer recently heard news that could mean progress as pCODR (the pan-Canadian Oncology Drug Review) recommended public funding of a treatment called Lynparza, which shows promise … Continue reading
The BC Cancer Agency has just released a new information brochure addressing housing options for adults with disabilities. To view this handout and other related links, click here.
We are hosting a Paint Night in Vancouver! What is it? Paint nights are hosted across the US and Canada and offer a unique way for folks to gather. Local … Continue reading
Are you noticing problems or changes with short term memory, word recall, concentration, or multit-tasking since chemotherapy? The Memory Attention Training Program is one of a few cancer specific cognitive … Continue reading
Are you considering returning to work during or after treatment? Learn how to handle your workplace transition, enhance your workplace wellbeing, and develop your own rehabilitation plan at the Vancouver … Continue reading
Join the BC Cancer Agency for the Job Hunting Education Sessions for Cancer Patients with Rehabilitation Counsellor, Maureen Parkinson. Find out: What do the employers have a right to know … Continue reading
Tomorrow, thousands of men, women, boys and girls will gather across the country to Walk. See below for the specific details about this exciting and important event. Check out the Doggie … Continue reading
The Fall Edition of the Cancer Care Patient Newsletter is now available on the BCCA website and from Patient & Family Counselling Services. Click the image below to go to the … Continue reading