The mandate of the organization is to voice the concerns and reduction needs of people living with breast cancer through networking, support, education and research.
Funding: breast 48,700 Duration: September 1, 2007 August 30, 2008 In brief: The objective of this project was to strengthen capacity for the provision of information and support of those in Nunavut affected by breast cancer through: establishing community links and new partnerships; giving presentations.
Partners: Cancer Care Nova Scotia; Cancer Patient Navigators partnerships; Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation Atlantic Region; Canadian Cancer Society; IWK Breast Health Clinic; Lawtons Drugs; Nova Scotia Breast Screening Program; Service Canada.One of its programs is the Nunavut Cancer Network the goal of which is to work with Nunavut cancer survivors, other organizations, individuals, families and communities to increase cancer awareness and access to information and support regarding cancer in our territory.The Network works to promote education and awareness about effects breast cancer at the national level and represents the concerns of all Canadians affected by breast cancer and those at risk.Partners: City of Ottawa; Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami; Minwaashin Lodge; Métis National Council; Métis Nation reduction of Ontario; National Association ohip of Indian Friendship Centres; Native Women's Association of Canada; Odawa Public Health; Tewegan House; Assembly of First Nations.Partners: BC Cancer Agency; BC Cancer Parents Association; Provincial Health Services Authority; Vocational Counsellors in Canadian Pediatric Oncology Programs.Partners: BC Cancer Agency and BC Cancer Foundation; Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation - BC/Yukon Chapter; ohip Canadian Breast Cancer Network; Canadian Cancer Society - BC Yukon Division; Ovarian Cancer Canada; many survivor-based groups.Adults 40 to 60 years of age were targeted.Qulliit: Nunavut Status of Women Council: Cancer in Nunavut: Community Outreach: A Community-Based Support System (Nunavut) Lead/Recipient: The Qulliit: Nunavut Status of Women Council develops public awareness of issues affecting women by promoting change in attitudes, sight reviewing policies and legislation, and providing appropriate assistance.These products allowed the iccc to share scientific and policy-related cancer control information with governments and cancer organizations that are developing sustainable, population-based cancer control strategies.The work involves the development of a community-based distress screening program for breast cancer patients and the identification breast of potential interventions and referrals that could support women who are identified as distressed.Partners: PEI Breast Screening Program; PEI Cervical Screening Program; PEI Colorectal Screening Program; Provincial Diagnostics; Government of PEI's Department of Health (Chronic Disease Prevention Program Medical Society of PEI; Community Representatives. Culturally appropriate resources are being developed on the prevention and early detection of breast cancer and other cancers such as lung and cervical cancer.
Pan American Health Organization: Preventing Cervical Cancer in Latin America (International) Lead/Recipient: The Pan American Health Organization (paho) is an international public health agency working model to improve health and living standards of the countries of the Americas.
Partners: Public health professionals; epidemiologists; First Nations elders; ohip cancer interest groups in the Yukon.These women have up to an 85 percent acne lifetime risk reduction of developing breast cancer and classes up to a 55 percent chance of developing ovarian cancer.Partners: PEI Medical Society; acne Queen scar Elizabeth Hospital Pathology Laboratory; Women's Institute; ontario home Queen Elizabeth Oncology Unit; Community Capacity-Building committees across the Atlantic Region.Funding: 298,000 Duration: February 26, 2010 - May 26, 2011 In brief: This project raises awareness of cervical reduction cancer screening and improves the quality of screening programs and pre-cancer treatment services in three countries (Argentina, Honduras and Guatemala).Funding: 264,005 Duration: May 14, 2009 September 30, 2010 In brief: This project developed a compendium of best and promising practices to encourage participation in screening for populations of women who are seldom screened or who have never been screened for breast, cervical, and colorectal.Lung and cervical) that affect reduction Nunavummiut women.Partners: BC Cancer acne Agency; Canadian Cancer adams Society BC Yukon Division; Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation BC/Yukon Chapter; BC Women's Hospital and Health Centre; Canadian Breast Cancer Network; First Nations Breast Cancer Society; Life Quilt for Breast Cancer Society; Abreast In A Boat Society; Vancouver Hospital and.We reduction have archived this page and will not be updating. Funding: 55,000 Duration: October 6, 2010 - September 30, 2012 In brief: Through this project, a Nunavut Cancer Center Network is being established to work ontario with Nunavut breast cancer survivors, other organizations, families and communities free to increase cancer awareness and access to information and support.