Read about how often cancer patients may receive palliative care in the two years before their deaths in acute-care hospitals
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Read our 2018 report that shines a light on the performance of Canada’s cancer system, showing what’s working and where improvements are needed.
Read about cancer care from the patient perspective, and learn about what patients and their families experience as patients live with and beyond cancer
Read this 2017 report about how palliative and end-of-life care is currently delivered for people with cancer, and what changes are needed for the best possible care
Learn about the distances and times many Inuit need to travel to receive cancer care
Review this 2014 report about the Métis cancer journey developed as a baseline for measuring future progress
Review this 2014 report about the Inuit cancer journey developed as a baseline to measure future progress
Review this report from 2013 about the First Nations cancer journey as a baseline to measure future progress
In this video, Dr. Low talks about being diagnosed with a brain tumour, knowing that he can’t get better and worrying about how he’ll die
In this video, Dr. Larry Librach talks about his diagnosis of pancreatic cancer six weeks before and learnings from his time as a palliative care physician