Do you experience pain with attempted sexual intercourse? Clinician-Researchers at the University of British Columbia and Vancouver Hospital are conducting a treatment study for women with Provoked Vestibulodynia (PVD; sometimes … Continue reading
BC Cancer Agency and UBC Sexual Health Laboratory are seeking participants for a research study of an online support group for women diagnosed with gynecologic cancer.
This Canadian Institute for Health Research (CIHR)-funded study seeks to better understand how cancer survivors access and experience cancer survivorship care systems and resources.
The Terminal Illness Application (TIA) form (ISP2530) is now available to the public on the Service Canada website.
Clinical research in gynecological cancer in Canada needs the active participation of women with gynecological cancer to find better ways to prevent and treat cancer.
This issue introduces a new educational course for cancer patients with insomnia, and CancerChatCanada’s plans for a sustainable future.
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New return to work resource for those who have had cancer treatment. For the next year and a half, this guide is available free online.