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Advancements in Cancer Care features interviews with some of Canada’s top researchers and institutions who are leading the way in the fight against cancer. Learn about the emerging treatments, innovations, and support programs that are helping Canadians affected by cancer live their lives to the fullest.

Together We Are Stronger Than Cancer

One common belief unites the Canadian Cancer Society: we can take control of cancer and help Canadians live to the fullest — but we need to do it now.

When Daffodils Bloom, Hope Grows for People Affected by Cancer

Through their annual Daffodil Campaign each spring, the Canadian Cancer Society raises funds to help people with cancer live their lives more fully.

Scientists Make a Revolutionary Breakthrough in the Fight Against Cancer

IntelliStem, a Toronto-based biotechnology company, made a revolutionary breakthrough that successfully targets and kills cancer — minus the sticker shock.

CURE Foundation: Powering the Fight Against Breast Cancer Since 1997

Learn about the CURE Foundation’s programs, which fund innovative research into improving breast cancer treatment, and support community programs and services.

Targeted Cancer Vaccines: One of Many Made-In-Canada Innovations

At The Ottawa Hospital, advances in personalized treatments, targeted therapies, and immuno-oncology in particular are making waves in the cancer community.

Probing the Prostate: What You Need to Know About Prostate Cancer

Find out what everyone should know about prostate cancer, which is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among men in Canada.

The Latest Advancements in Skin Cancer Treatment and Care

We asked Natalie Richardson from the Save Your Skin Foundation about the latest in skin cancer research, treatments, and care.

Myeloma: Moving Closer to a Cure

Myeloma Canada is a non-profit, charitable organization created by and for people impacted by multiple myeloma, a blood cancer of the plasma cells.

Canadian Innovation and Collaboration: The Source of New Optimism in Cancer Research and Care

The future is tough to predict — especially in cancer research. But today, we see the culmination of breakthroughs and trends from the past half century.

From Cancer Survivor to Cancer Thriver

With almost half of us expected to be diagnosed with cancer in our lifetime, more and more of us are living with cancer — like Dale and Nat Boidman.

Cutting-Edge Cancer Research at The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Cutting-Edge Cancer Research at The Princess Margaret Redefining the Future of Cancer Care

Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.

Surviving Prostate Cancer Begins with One Candid Conversation

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed among Canadian men, and ignoring it is the worst thing we can do. Find out why PSA tests are critical.

Using the Body’s Own Cells to Kill Cancer

Dr. Ryan Wylie and his team at McMaster University are looking at using healthy cells in the immune system, called T cells, to fight prostate cancer.

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