Weekly Cancer Prevention Tips

Check out this weeks cancer prevention tips!


5th Annual Quest For A Cure a Great Success

On Saturday September 12th, people gathered in the world’s largest wine glass in the Similkameen Valley, raising money for cancer prevention and awareness for the local area. About $12,000.00 was raised through the efforts of many volunteers and the generosity of the guests. VineGlass Vintner’s Resort owner, Roger Hol has been directly affected by cancer with the loss of his partner to brain cancer. Their friends, family and generous sponsors of the event all agreed that the 5th Annual Quest For A Cure was a resounding success…continue reading

VOTE for Cancer Prevention in the 2015 Federal Election!

Cancer is the leading cause of death in Canada. In their 2015 Statistics, the Canadian Cancer Society and Statistics Canada predict 40% more cancer diagnoses by 2030. Ask your Candidates: If elected, what will you/your party do to prevent cancer… continue reading

Rethinking Carcinogens

New view of cancer development focuses on subtle, combined effects. To learn more, visit the Environmental Working Group website here.

PCN supports The Halifax Project and its approach to cancer prevention
(see related: Applying the Hallmarks of Cancer for Prevention and Treatment).

Cancer a roll of the dice? WHO says no.

Sure cancer is rotten luck, but it is not unpreventable! See media release.

    — Huffington Post
    — WHO/IARC Media Release

Scientific Review to Support Public Policy Regarding Exposure to Radiation from Wireless Communications Devices

By Meg Sears M.Eng. Ph.D and Marg Friesen M.Sc. (June 15th, 2015)

Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Bioelectromagnetics Society and
the European BioElectromagnetics Association
(JUNE 14-19, 2015 / CALIFORNIA, USA)

UPDATE: Federal politicians listened! We now await Health Canada’s actions…
Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health Issues Recommendations to Address Exposures to Radiation from Wireless Devices, Educate Canadians, and Conduct Research and Rigorous Scientific Review
(as recommended by Prevent Cancer Now to Health Canada and to the World Health Organization).

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