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1/29/2018 5:00 PM

​A new report published by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer illustrates the experiences of patients from the time cancer is suspected through adjusting to a "new normal" after treatment ends. This is the first in a series presenting national survey data and insights from over 30,000 patients living with and beyond cancer. Living with Cancer: A Report on the Patient Experience finds that while their cancer may be well treated, many Canadians experience significant physical and emotional side effects of cancer that are often not adequately addressed. The report calls for the increased adoption and use of tools to identify patient needs, in an effort to deliver better, more person-centred cancer care.