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Melanoma Canada, formerly Melanoma Network of Canada is pleased to introduce our new logo and brand. This new, animated logo is represents more than just words, it highlights, the uniqueness of each melanoma, and showcases some forms it can take (different colours, shapes and sizes). We launch our new name, new logo, and new brand with a renewed commitment and focus to provide crucial education and prevention programs and support services for our patient and caregiver community. We will continue to unite the voice of the melanoma and skin cancer community advocating for improved access to care and access to improved treatment options. Stay tuned for our new website melanomacanada.ca coming later this summer!Sign up for our newsletter! https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/subscribe/
Welcome to the Strides for Melanoma Opening Ceremonies. Reminder, you can continue to fundraise to be eligible for fundraising rewards and top fundraising prizes from Columbia Sportswear until June 30, 2022. https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/strides#stridesformelanomamPHOTO CONTESTShare your videos and pictures on social media (Facebook, Instagram and or Twitter) for a chance to win a $50 Starbucks or Tim Hortons gift card. Use tags @melanomanetwork and #StridesforMelanoma Participate in the Strides Virtual auction – Text STRIDES to 289-210-6003 from a smartphone to view and bid on the items. Don’t forget to get your 50/50 ticket (Ontario Residents only). An early bird prize of $500 will be drawn on June 6. https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/5050
Basal Cell Carcinoma is the most common type of skin cancer, making up about 75% of all non-melanoma skin cancers diagnosed. BCC tends to grow slowly; however, if left untreated, they can invade other tissues beneath the skin and can spread to other parts of the body. Download our Basal Cell Patient Support Guidehttps://www.melanomanetwork.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/MNC-Basal-Cell-Carcinoma-BCC-Patient-Guide-2021.pdfMelanoma Canada https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/BCC/
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About this webinar:Join us for this webinar which will deal with a personal and multi-layered cancer journey and how the diagnosis of stomach cancer led to the founding of Canada’s only non-profit organization that supports patients, survivors and caregivers. My Gut Feeling – Stomach Cancer Foundation has been supporting patients facing this complex cancer for over 6 years. Its mission to provide peer-to-peer support through education, awareness and advocacy has helped thousands of patients and their families throughout Canada and internationally.About the presenter:Teresa Tiano is the Chair and Co-Founder of My Gut Feeling – Stomach Cancer Foundation of Canada, which is the volunteer-led, non-profit organization, founded in 2016, that is dedicated to the support of stomach cancer patients, survivors and caregivers through education, awareness and advocacy. Teresa has over 30 years of experience in the non-profit sector and has been advocating for patients since 1991 when her father was diagnosed with colon cancer.Teresa is also a 10/12 year stomach cancer survivor, 5-time cancer survivor and a Lynch Sydrome Survivor. Her advocacy work for patients includes being part of research teams, speaking engagements to raise awareness about stomach cancer, the world’s 6th most common cancer and the world’s 4th leading cause of cancer deaths.She currently sits on the the Patient Advocacy Committee of the Canadian Gastric Cancer Association (CGCA), is a Patient Advocate on the Ontario Hereditary Cancer Research Network, on the Patient Advocacy Team for STORMing Cancer, and a Patient Partner on the Indirect Impacts of Hereditary Cancer Syndrome Study. Teresa is also a member of both the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), the European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO), and most recently the International Society of Female Professionals.Follow CCSN on social media:Twitter – https://twitter.com/survivornetcaFacebook – https://www.facebook.com/CanadianSurvivorNetInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/survivornet_ca/Pinterest – https://www.pinterest.com/survivornetwork
Recorded live at our #melanomamonday webinar, Dermatologist, Dr. Julia Carroll, FRCPC (Dermatology) shares early detection and prevention strategies including a walk through video on how to do a self skin exam. #melanomaawareness #cancerpreventionPatient information Sessionshttps://www.melanomanetwork.ca/patienteducation/Melanoma Early Detectionhttps://www.melanomanetwork.ca/melanomadetection/Skin Check Reminder Sign Uphttps://www.melanomanetwork.ca/3ways/#signSun Safety https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/3ways/Donate Todayhttps://melanomanetwork.crowdchange.ca/1444/donateIf you are looking for melanoma or skin cancer support, reach us today. We are here to support you through your journey. Contact: Mary Zawadzki B.A, SSW, RSSW 1.877.560.8035 x 108 email@example.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melanomanetworkInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/melanomanetworkTwitter: https://twitter.com/melanomanetworkBIODr. Carroll is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (FRCPC) and an active member of the Canadian Dermatology Association, Toronto Dermatologic Society, American Society of Dermatologic Surgeons and the American Academy of Dermatology. Besides her busy dermatology practice, she is also on staff at the University of Toronto Medical School. Dr. Carroll completed her dermatology training at the University of Toronto. Prior to her dermatology training she completed medical school at Dalhousie University, graduating Alpha Omega Alpha, and also attained a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Acadia UniversityThank you to our National Sponsors Bristol-Myers Squibb Canada: https://www.bms.com/ca/enInnovative Medicines: http://innovativemedicines.ca/Merck Canada: https://www.merck.ca/en/home/Novartis: https://www.novartis.ca/en Pfizer: https://www.pfizer.ca/ Sanofi: https://www.sanofi.ca/
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A Canadian woman has revealed how the chemotherapy cream she must apply daily to treat her skin cancer leavers her looking like an ‘acid attack’ victim.
Hello everyone! HUGE shoutout to my cousin Bryce for putting this 12 days of Whisky advent calendar together! BLOODY BRILLIANT LAD! This week I dive nose first into 4 whiskies for the 3rd week!: J.P. Wiser’s Triple Barrel RyeMortlach Game of Thrones 15Redbreast 12 Irish WhiskeyJura 18 I may not be an expert, these are just MY opinions! I hope you find this helpful or at least entertaining! Let me know your thoughts down in the comments! I’d love to hear from you! Cheers! THANK YOU @THEYHATEJASON my editor, lover, friend.Amazon Link: https://amzn.to/2JOp5uKCheck me out on:Twitter: https://twitter.com/gingerheatInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gingerheatTwitch: http://www.twitch.tv/gingerheatThis channel is 100% independent and my opinions are my own. Please drink responsibly.
SickKids to receive three more pediatric cancer patients, their families from UkrainePlease Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5uItZ5InfVuqRegsoir_dQ?sub_confirmation=1Source: https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2022/03/22/sickkids-to-receive-three-more-pediatric-cancer-patients-their-families-from-ukraine.html#SickKids, #receive, #three, #more, #pediatric, #cancer, #patients, #their, #families, #from, #Ukraine
Twenty-two-month-old Yeva Vakulenko is one of more than 500 Ukrainian children with cancer who have been evacuated to a clinic in Poland.