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Canadian partnership against cancer
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In Brief
September 29, 2015
Register for the 2015 Canadian Cancer Research Conference
Progress in Action: Annual Highlights 2014/15 presents recent achievements of Canada’s cancer strategy The 2015 Canadian Cancer Research Conference (CCRC) will be held from November 8-10 at the Hôtel Bonaventure Montréal. The CCRC brings together the Canadian cancer research community spanning the research spectrum, from discovery research to policy research, and clinical research to end-of-life care. It also provides a venue for networking and cross-fertilization between research disciplines. To register, click here.

Conference highlights include:
  • Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project (CPTP) satellite session on November 10: Join the principal investigators of Canada’s largest population health research platform to learn more about CPTP and its potential to inform health policy in Canada. Space is limited so registration is encouraged. Click here to register.
  • Community Forum on November 9: Hear about the latest research developments from some of Canada’s leading cancer researchers. The Community Forum provides a unique opportunity for the public and cancer research community to engage and interact. Click here to register.
Partnership CEO Shelly Jamieson shares her experiences stewarding the national cancer strategy in Longwoods’ Healthcare Quarterly
Legacy of Pan Am/Parapan Am Athletes' Village is a healthy, active community Unprecedented collaboration is taking place among Canada’s cancer community to implement the national cancer strategy and reduce the burden of cancer on Canadians. Shelly Jamieson highlights her experiences stewarding the national cancer strategy as CEO of the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer in a recent edition of Longwoods’ Healthcare Quarterly.

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Production of this publication has been made possible through a financial contribution from Health Canada, through the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer. The views expressed herein represent the views of the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.