Every gift you give stays in Saskatchewan helping cancer patients. Shannon Martin of Saskatoon recently marked an anniversary no one wants to have. It's been two years since she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Louise Bird has beaten breast cancer twice. That is no small feat. Her cancer journey has taught her many things.
Clinical trials are studies in which people volunteer to take part in tests of new drugs or procedures. Doctors use clinical trials to develop new treatments. There are many reasons why someone may choose to take part in a clinical trial. Some do so for a chance to improve their quality of life or to potentially live longer, while others want to help develop future treatments for others. Knowing all you can about clinical trials can help you feel better when deciding whether or not to take part in one. Talk to your doctor or healthcare team so you can make the best choice for you. The following sites list the clinical trials currently underway in Canada and Saskatchewan.
November - Legislation an important first step in curbing the increase in youth vaping. January - Coalition of organizations release report calling for government action to reduce tobacco use and generate revenue for tobacco control enforcement and programs. October - Canadian Cancer Society calls on provincial government to act. August - On September 30, an estimated 80, Canadians are expected to come together in communities across the country for the 27th annual Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run for the Cure, united by their promise to make breast cancer beatable.
Every dollar raised stays in Saskatchewan and helps fund local research projects. Lisa sadly passed away in , but the event continues to honour her and her legacy. Shannon Martin of Saskatoon recently marked an anniversary no one wants to have. It's been two years since she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Louise Bird has beaten breast cancer twice.