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LCC Spring 2013 Newsletter
Lung Cancer in Canada: An Overview of LCC’s First-Ever Public Opinion Poll.
There is no question that the lung cancer fight is suffering from a general lack of public awareness and understanding of the disease. In order to elevate the lung cancer conversation in this country, Lung Cancer Canada conducted benchmark research on Canadians’ knowledge of and attitudes toward lung cancer.
Introduction to Relaxation
Progressive Muscle Relaxation
What Canadians Know About Lung Cancer
Lung Cancer Canada’s groundbreaking poll on Canadians and lung cancer is out.
for a special summary.
Lung Cancer News Articles
We have a lung cancer crisis in Canada
April 28, 2013
One in 12 Canadians will receive a lung cancer diagnosis in his or her lifetime.
CFUV-FM CLCCO & Genetic Mutation Testing for Lung Cancer
Free Webinar on January 17th,2013
Lung Cancer Highlights 2012, by Dr. Natasha Leighl
Thursday, January 17, 2013, 4:00 PM Pacific, 7:00 PM Eastern
‘No one deserves lung cancer’: Stigma of disease often tough to handle
Sunday, December 9, 2012
Around the time Roz Brodsky was diagnosed with lung cancer, her cousin learned she had breast cancer. But Brodsky soon realized that the responses to their diseases were very different.
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