Lauren Richards is using insights from her personal experience to help direct Ovarian Cancer Canada’s first major national campaign. By Sonya Fatah
Check out the new Cancer Chat Canada newsletter : CCC Fall 2015 Newsletter_final If you would like to receive future newsletters, program updates, and information about upcoming support groups including webinars, … Continue reading
For those of you who attended the Walk in Vancouver on Sunday, September 13th thank you! We are so excited about the success of this important fundraiser in Support of … Continue reading
Beta-blocker use linked to improved ovarian cancer survival. More trials needed to understand results.
Women with epithelial ovarian cancer who happened to be taking nonselective beta-blockers for hypertension survived longer than those who were not taking the drugs, according to a large multicenter retrospective … Continue reading
Women born with mutations in the genes BRCA1 or BRCA2 have an increased risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer. But not all mutations within these genes raise the risk … Continue reading
Frontline Medical News interviewed medical oncologist Dr. Peter Harper (London) about our current knowledge of targeted treatments for patients with ovarian cancer.
In a February 12th 2015 news release from the BC Ministry of Health, BC is ranked the number one province in Canada for health performance and is surpassed only by … Continue reading
In Vancouver today, the Honourable Rona Ambrose, Federal Minister of Health, announced regulations requiring drug manufacturers to publicly report drug shortages and provide advanced warning of anticipated shortages.
The success of immunotherapy for some cancer patients was highlighted this month in The Globe and Mail.