CCS adapting to COVID-19 realities to support Canadians during and after the pandemic
Coping with cancer after a disaster
In a disaster, either natural or accidental, everyone is in survival mode. But for people with cancer, this can be especially hard because hospitals may be closed – or they might be open for emergencies only and not for scheduled appointments or treatments. Your medical records may be temporarily – or permanently – unavailable. And your healthcare team could be working in a different location. You might wonder what’s next and who to go to for help.
Now I know that I will help someone with cancer even after I’m gone. It’s a footprint I want to leave behind me.
Investing to reduce cancer burden
Last year CCS funded $40 million in cancer research, thanks to our donors. Discover how you can help reduce the burden of cancer.