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Canadian Cancer Care Network – July 20-27, 2015

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Liaison est envoyé aux organisations qui s’intéressent de près aux enjeux qui concernent les patients à toutes les étapes du continuum de la lutte contre le cancer au Canada. N’hésitez pas à faire suivre ce courriel à vos collègues et à les inviter à communiquer avec nous à info@canceraction.ca s’ils aimeraient que nous ajoutions leur nom à notre liste d’envoi.

July 27

More Canadian children need immunization: Editorial – The Star

July 25

Cancer-fighting mushrooms sought in Northern B.C. – CBC

July 24

‘Zombie report’ on health-care innovation in Canada gets new life – Globe and Mail

July 23

Regina supports smoke-free patios: poll – CKOM

How exercise can deter disease such as dementia and cancerGlobe and Mail

Experts support call for lower cancer drug prices – Globe and Mail

Canadian Council of Child and Youth Advocates calls on provincial and federal leaders to take immediate actions to reducing indigenous children in care – CNW

July 22

New chemo method could improve quality of life for cancer patients – Chronicle Herald

Extra radiation can stop breast cancer from recurring: study – Hamilton Spectator

Why a health-care report was dead on arrival in Ottawa Globe and Mail

July 21

Advisory Panel on Healthcare Innovation provides welcomed focus on patient needs – CNW

Health spending won’t meet needs of aging Canadians, report warns – Globe and Mail

July 20

Being active might reduce breast cancer risk – The Star

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