CBCN is proud to be a part of the CanCertainty Campaign for Equal and Fair Cancer Treatment for All Canadians
Cancer patients in Ontario and the Atlantic provinces should not be systemically discriminated against simply because the cancer-fighting medication they need goes in their mouth (comes in a prescription pill bottle) instead of their arm (an intravenous line).
Why bone is bone health important for breast cancer patients and survivirs? Learn more at CBCN's FREE webinar on March 25, 2014 @ 7:30pm EST
What will you learn at this session?
How to keep your bones healthy and strong
Signs and symptoms of bone metastases
Treatments for cancer that has spread to the bone
Dr. Sandy Sehdev, a medical oncologist at the William Osler Health Centre will be our expert presenter for this webinar and will take questions from participants during the webinat.
For more information and to register please email email@example.com
April 25-27, 2014: CBCN Advocacy Workshop: A United Voice for Metastatic Breast Cancer
The CBCN is pleased to announce that we will be hosting an advocacy training workshop in Calgary, AB this April 2014. The advocacy workshop will focus specifically on metastatic breast cancer and will offer participants the opportunity to connect, enhance their communications skills, and effectively deliver strong advocacy messages to a wide variety of different audiences.
When: Friday April 25 – Sunday April 27, 2014 Where: Delta Bow Valley Hotel, Calgary, AB
For more details on this workshop, please click here.