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When Caught Early, Colon Cancer Is More Likely to Be Treated Successfully

Colon Cancer Is Among the Most Common Cause of Cancer Death in Ontarians
March 1, 2017

Cervical Cancer Rates Higher in Women With Abnormal Cervical Cells Who Don’t Get Treated

A new study published in the Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease has found that women with moderate to severe changes in their cervical cells are nearly 4 times ...
February 2, 2017

Study Finds Poorer Cancer Survival Among First Nation Adults in Canada

A new study published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention has found that First Nations in Canada have significantly poorer 5-year survival from ...
December 13, 2016

New Report Shows Many Ontarians Aren’t Getting Screened for Cancer

The number of people newly diagnosed with cancer in Ontario has increased over the last 2 decades and will continue to rise, largely due to an aging population. ...
December 7, 2016

New Report Highlights Opportunities to Improve Cancer Prevention Across Various Sectors in Ontario

Cancer Care Ontario Releases 2016 Prevention System Quality Index
October 18, 2016

A Simple Pap Test Can Help Prevent Cervical Cancer

This National Cervical Cancer Awareness Week, taking place from October 17 to 21, Cancer Care Ontario is urging women to get screened for cervical cancer every 3 ...
October 17, 2016

‘Just Book It’ this October

Five Minutes Is All It Takes to Book a Mammogram
October 3, 2016

Thousands of New Cancer Cases in Ontario Each Year Due to Environmental Exposures

Between 3,540 and 6,510 new cancer cases in Ontario each year result from environmental factors, says a new report from Cancer Care Ontario and Public Health ...
August 8, 2016

Study Shows Women Who Received Cancer Screening Invitation Letters Are More Likely to Have a Pap Test

Receiving an invitation to get screened for cervical cancer is associated with a greater likelihood of getting screened, according to a new study published in ...
August 5, 2016

Ontario Has Among the Highest Cancer Screening Participation, but More Could Be Done

Ontario has among the highest percentage of people who report being up-to-date on colorectal and breast cancer screening among the Canadian provinces and ...
July 12, 2016

New Report Outlines Actions Needed to Reduce Chronic Disease in Aboriginal Communities

There is an urgent need for system-level interventions that reduce the high burden of chronic disease faced by First Nations, Inuit and Métis and encourage healthy ...
June 15, 2016

New Cancer Cases in Ontario Have Tripled Since 1981

New Report from Cancer Care Ontario Shows Cancer Is Increasingly Common, but Survival Is Improving
June 8, 2016


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