Understanding the economic impact of improved cancer control efforts is critical for informing decision-making about future investments and is vital for the sustainability of the cancer control system
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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.
Learn how modifiable risk factors which contribute to colorectal cancer affect incidence rates across Canada and how the distribution of risk factors differs by jurisdiction
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
Read our 2017 report on the unique challenges faced by young Canadians who have cancer. More content to remove.
Read our 2016 report on the evidence-based use of certain cancer care practices, as addressed by Choosing Wisely Canada, which may be of low value or potentially unnecessary
Read our 2015 report to discover new Canada-wide data about prostate cancer’s burden, risk factors, diagnosis and treatment
Read about the first ever look at pan-Canadian data on cancer stage, which can help us better understand cancer control initiatives and patterns of care
Read this 2014 report about disparities based on earnings, immigration status and where people live
Read our 2013 report that examines differences in risk factors and health behaviours, like tobacco use, obesity and physical activity
Read this 2012 report to learn more about breast cancer control in Canada by looking at a wide range of system performance measures
Read this 2011 report to learn more about lung cancer control in Canada by looking at a wide range of system performance measures