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World Cancer Day 2016

World Cancer Day 2016

This year’s theme, ‘We Can. I Can.’ is the beginning of the Union for International Cancer Control’s (UICC) three-year international campaign to highlight the collaborative efforts needed, from collectives and individuals, to alleviate the burden of cancer.

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We Can, I Can

The video embodies this year’s World Cancer Day theme by emphasizing how individual stories can come together to make a lasting difference. It demonstrates the interconnectedness between various perspectives along the cancer control continuum – for example, a researcher’s work supports a physician’s care, which in turns helps a patient.

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YourCancerStory

World Cancer Day also marks the launch of YourCancerStory, an online initiative by the Partnership to capture stories of Canadians who have been touched by cancer.

 
 
Cancer Care and First Nations: A National Picture

Cancer Care and First Nations: A National Picture

By understanding the unique health concerns and obstacles First Nations must overcome, we can work together to improve First Nations’ cancer patient experience.

Cancer Care and Inuit: A National Picture

Cancer Care and Inuit: A National Picture

By understanding the challenges that Inuit experience we can work together to improve the cancer patient experience.

Cancer Care and Métis: A National Picture

Cancer Care and Métis: A National Picture

By understanding the challenges that Métis experience, we can work together to improve the cancer patient experience.

 
 
Dr. Mike Evans

Let’s make our day harder

Dr. Mike Evans explains the benefits of making our days harder.

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It’s my life – stop cancer before it starts

This interactive prevention tool teaches you about the impact of cancer and how to reduce your risk.

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Healthy Canada by design

This resource lets you learn how public health can work more closely with community planners, developers and other stakeholders to ensure that planning and development issues are looked at through a health lens.

 
 
 
 
 
@Cancer_StrategyRT @CADTH_ACMTS: #FF to @Cancer_Strategy and all the great work they did to mark #WorldCancerDay and create awareness about prevention in …1 day ago
@Cancer_StrategyRT @ASPC_GC: Déclaration de la ministre de la Santé du Canada pour la #Journéemondialecontrelecancer https://t.co/Z2sdeh5IuK1 day ago
@Cancer_StrategyRT @PHAC_GC: Canada’s Health Minister, releases statement on #WorldCancerDay https://t.co/tG93YygHxG1 day ago
@Cancer_StrategyRT @theCDPAC: 2 wk countdown - 8 things you don't want to miss at #CDPAC2016 https://t.co/oq92799stn #healthyliving #NCDs #nutrition #physi1 day ago
@Cancer_StrategyRT @VirtualHospice: Thank You @Cancer_Strategy @CAPO_ACOP @cancersociety @CANO_ACIO for all you do to support quality #palliative care in C…1 day ago
@Cancer_StrategyYou're welcome! #WeCanICan #WorldCancerDay 2016 was well coordinated globally! We loved the Wall of Support and Map https://t.co/EZh1oMYjuB1 day ago
@Cancer_Strategy@norm by chance did anyone photograph @npstoronto + the Toronto sign, lit orange & blue for #WorldCancerDay last night? we'd love to see it!1 day ago
@Cancer_StrategyRT @torontokidsmd: We can do more to put patients at the centre of #cancer care, by @Cancer_Strategy #WorldCancerDay https://t.co/6LSIwXMEN…1 day ago