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With support from the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, researchers at the University of Toronto are conducting an online survey to understand what breast cancer survivors need to be more active. For example, do you feel you need more opportunities to be active? Are you missing an exercise partner? Do you want more available programs? If you are a woman […]

Dr. Nancy Baxter, General Surgeon and Chief of the General Surgery Department, at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, ON is conducting a study on fertility-related decision making after breast cancer.

In partnership with the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Dr. Catherine Sabiston and Angela Fong, a research assistant and PhD candidate at the University of Toronto, are conducting a study titled Increasing physical activity and reducing sedentary behaviour: MOVING research into practice Part 2: An assessment of physical activity needs for Canadian breast cancer survivors.

Megan Williams, a researcher from the University of New Brunswick, is looking for your help with a study focusing on breast cancer in young adults.

All Jamie ever wanted was to be a police officer. Since joining the RCMP, she’s been diagnosed with cancer three times. Watch this video to learn what her job looks like today, and where she hopes to go.

The CanIMPACT Research Team is currently looking for Canadian breast and colorectal cancer survivors to participate in their study looking at ways to improve the coordination of care for cancer patients throughout the cancer journey.

Screen Shot 2015-01-08 at 9.54.26 AMOn February 6, 2015, the Ottawa Integrative Cancer Centre (OICC) will launch the Babes4Breasts Head Start Program, an eight week endeavour geared toward empowering, educating, and consulting women recently diagnosed with breast cancer.

Nightwood Theatre in Toronto is working on a new show called HER2 which follows seven women as they participate in a new breast cancer drug clinical trial.

Michelle Curtis writes about the day she was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer at 34.

Lianne Trachtenberg and her team from the University of Toronto, Applied Psychology and Human Development are recruiting participants for their study, “Identity As A Predictor Of Psychosocial Adjustment In Young Breast Cancer Survivors.”