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- Cervical Screening
- Colon Cancer Screening
- Mobile Cancer Screening Coach
- Tobacco Cessation
- Aboriginal Health
OHSWEKEN – A mobile cancer screening detection unit is here in Ohsweken as part of this years’ Community Awareness Week. One of the most important safety precautions someone can do in regards to cancer is finding out early on what your risks may be,...
Nearly three-quarters of Ontario women hold incorrect belief that a Pap test detects sexually-transmitted infections
TORONTO, ON (April 11, 2016) – Nearly three-quarters (74 per cent) of Ontario women incorrectly believe a Pap test detects sexually-transmitted infections and almost half (48 per cent) believe a Pap test screens for vaginal cancer, shows a new survey...
TORONTO, ON (March 30, 2016) – A new report developed jointly by Cancer Care Ontario and the Chiefs of Ontario shows that First Nations, especially those living on-reserve, demonstrate a much higher prevalence of cancer risk factors than non-Aboriginal...
SIX NATIONS – A simple, safe and painless take-home test could save your life when it comes to colorectal cancer. The Reclaiming Well-Being Cancer Free Lives committee wants to see more men and women getting screened. If everyone more than 50 years...
NIAGARA — It was a colon the size of a school bus that you could literally walk through and see hemorrhoids bigger than beach balls in, but thankfully it wasn’t situated in the food court at the Pen Centre.Instead, the behemoth of a rectum and large...
Visitors to the Pen Centre walk through a 40-foot long and eight-foot high giant colon that was set up in the Sears Court on Friday, compliments of the Niagara Health System and the Juravinski Cancer Centre in Hamilton. Inside the pink inflatable colon...
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and doctors across the country are trying to remind patients the importance of screening. Though highly preventable and curable when found early, an estimated 25 thousand Canadians were diagnosed with colorectal...
Getting screened with a take-home test is simple, safe and painless – and it could save your life. TORONTO, March 1, 2016 – March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month and Cancer Care Ontario has partnered with Colon Cancer Canada and former Toronto Maple...
On World Cancer Day, Cancer Care Ontario introduces new cancer risk assessments for kidney cancer – Ontarians encouraged to use MyCancerIQ to reduce their cancer risk
Ontarians encouraged to use My CancerIQ to reduce their cancer risk. TORONTO, ON (Feb. 4, 2016) – World Cancer Day 2016 marks the first anniversary of My CancerIQ, and to mark this event, Cancer Care Ontario is introducing two new cancers to its online...