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In Brief
August 21, 2014
Delivering as One: Annual Highlights 2013/14 presents recent achievements of Canada's cancer strategy
Delivering as One: Annual Highlights 2013/14 The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer is pleased to present Delivering as One: Annual Highlights 2013/14, showcasing selected achievements from the Partnership's recent work with partners throughout the cancer community. In 2013/14, the Partnership continued to make progress toward reducing the burden of cancer for Canadians and launched the remaining initiatives in our 2012-2017 strategic plan.

Delivering as One offers a brief summary of the accomplishments of 2013/14. A more detailed view of the Partnership's recent work is available in the full 2013/14 annual report and on The progress we are making together would simply not be possible without the unprecedented collaboration that is now taking place, and we are grateful for the contributions of our partners.

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View the full 2013/14 annual report
The Partnership welcomes new board members
The Partnership is pleased to welcome three new members to its Board of Directors who have joined since April 2014: Janet Davidson, Shannon MacDonald and Gail Turner.

The Partnership's Board of Directors reflects the broad range of stakeholders in the cancer control domain. The board is made up of representatives from cancer and health organizations; federal, provincial and territorial government agencies and departments; patient organizations; individuals and families affected by cancer; clinicians and health-care providers; researchers and the Aboriginal community.
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