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Lung cancer is the most common cause of cancer death in North America. Need help quitting smoking? Follow and visit our website for resources:
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BC Cancer 13h
Carcinoma is a form of cancer that arises in tissues that cover or line such organs as skin, uterus and lung. Visit our online glossary to get definitions for "carcinoma", "chemotherapy" and other common terms used during cancer care:
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BC Cancer Jun 30
Know someone at BC Cancer who deserves to be recognized? Nominate them for our Patient Care Champion Award!
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BC Cancer Jun 30
Get the most from a medical appointment with these tips from our Patient & Family Education team:
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BC Cancer Jun 30
The Canadian Cancer Trials Group, a national academic-led research group, gives four recognition awards annually – BC Cancer researchers and clinicians scooped up three. Read more here:
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BC Cancer Jun 29
Are you providing care and support for someone with cancer? Find caregiver support resources at
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BC Cancer Jun 29
A video message to patients. We are here for you. Every step of the way.
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BC Cancer Jun 28
5 Reasons to Quit Smoking after a Cancer Diagnosis
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BC Cancer Jun 28
BC Cancer is seeking to help achieve our goal of providing a safe space for gender and sexual inclusivity. Consider getting involved with our working group on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression (SOGIE).
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BC Cancer Jun 28
To protect vulnerable patients and limit risk of exposure to patients and staff, BC Cancer patients are asked to attend appointments by themselves. First time visitors may bring one adult support person. For more details visit
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BC Cancer Jun 27
Marion from the Nak'azdli Whut'en Nation encourages regular Pap tests and highlights the need for culturally safe screening. Watch her powerful cervical cancer story below.
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BC Cancer Jun 27
Managing -related pain can be difficult. Visit our website for answers to some common questions:
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BC Cancer Jun 27
ICYMI: BC Cancer trainee received a Vanier Scholarship for their work at BC Cancer - Victoria. Read about their work in two of the most cutting-edge facets of cancer research - gene engineering and immunotherapy.
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BC Cancer Jun 26
Let’s all do our part in creating a safe and welcoming space for gender and sexual minorities.
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BC Cancer Jun 26
Looking for a support group but can't find one in your community? offers and counsellor-led groups online. Learn more at
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BC Cancer Jun 25
BC Cancer is seeking to help achieve our goal of providing a safe space for gender and sexual inclusivity. Consider getting involved with our working group on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression (SOGIE).
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BC Cancer Jun 25
A heartfelt thank you to our dedicated staff at BC Cancer centres across the province who have continued to provide cancer care and compassion to patients throughout the pandemic. If you would like to thank a staff member visit
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BC Cancer Jun 25
If you would like to participate in a research study to understand the effects of COVID-19 and cancer treatment, and you meet the eligibility criteria, you are invited to complete an online survey following this link:
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BC Cancer Jun 25
Our Supportive Care Patient Newsletter covers various coping and support topics affecting patients. Sign up for our newsletter to get resources and updates on support programs:
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BC Cancer Jun 24
Relaxation skills can help with the effects of stress. BC Cancer has a number of video resources available for patients, including video on how to 'find your breath' - available in multiple languages
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