Thousands of woman are living with ovarian cancer in Canada; Ovarian Cancer Canada is the only registered Canadian charity solely dedicated to overcoming ovarian cancer providing support for these woman … Continue reading
Wednesday, January 27, 2016 – 12 noon (ET) Gynecologic Cancer and Sexual Health (English only) Dr. Catherine Classen, Clinical Psychologist; Women’s College Hospital Lisa Skelding, MSW, RSW; Individual and Couples … Continue reading
Coping with cancer involves managing many different symptoms and changes. One of these changes is having sleeping problems. The Coping with Cancer website committee has created a new web page that provides … Continue reading
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The Caregiver Network has posted recordings of more than 35 webinars on its website (http://www.thecaregivernetwork.ca/), including: Care Planning 101 Needs and Wants: You Both Have Them Navigating the Healthcare System Legal … Continue reading
The Terminal Illness Application (TIA) form (ISP2530) is now available to the public on the Service Canada website.
As we approach the holiday season, Canadian Virtual Hospice places a spotlight on dignity for patients and families.
This issue introduces a new educational course for cancer patients with insomnia, and CancerChatCanada’s plans for a sustainable future.
As we move into the holiday season, Canadian Virtual Hospice provides support for patients and family.