60% of high-priority research goes unfunded.
Some imaging tests and some types of cancer treatment use ionizing radiation. Many Canadians are concerned about the use of medical radiation. But the minimal risks from how these technologies are used today must be weighed against their benefits, which are often life-saving.
After seeing a Canadian Cancer Society call for volunteers in a newspaper, Rosemary knew that this was her opportunity to get started.
Reducing the burden of cancer
Canadians can help CCS fund the best research and support people living with cancer by donating and volunteering.