Cancer Care Ontario,.

Mesothelioma cases in Ontario continue to rise.

At head of title: Ontario cancer facts Includes bibliographical references. 'Between 1981 and 2012, the number of newly diagnosed cases of mesothelioma among Ontario men rose steadily at an average of 5.5 per cent per year, from about 30 cases in 1981 to about 180 in 2012'--Page 1. Subject(s): Mesothelioma, Asbestos - Toxicology. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Dec. 8, 2015.

My CancerIQ - cancer prevention goes digital in Ontario.

At head of title: Ontario cancer facts Includes bibliographical references. 'My CancerIQ is taking cancer prevention to computers, tablets and smartphones across Ontario. Launched January 2015,My CancerIQ is a user-friendly cancer risk assessment tool...'--Page 1. Subject(s): Cancer - Ontario - Prevention. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Feb. 11, 2015.

Ovarian Cancer Survival Has Increased In Ontario Among Most Age Groups.

At head of title: Ontario cancer facts Includes bibliographical references. 'From 1983-1987 to 2008-2012, there was a significant increase in the five-year relative survival ratio (RSR) for women ages 15 to 74 diagnosed with ovarian cancer. The greatest improvement was seen in women ages 45 to 54. Their RSR rose from 46.1 percent in 1983-1987 to 64.3 percent in 2008-2012, which means that they were estimated to be 64.3 percent as likely to survive for another five years as women of a similar age in the general population.'--Page 1.

Path to Prevention

Accompanied by: Appendix. Includes bibliographical references. 'Path to Prevention - Recommendations for Reducing Chronic Disease in First Nations, Inuit and Métis (referred to as Path to Prevention) is a companion report to Taking Action to Prevent Chronic Disease: Recommendations for a Healthier Ontario (Taking Action), which provided 22 recommended policies and interventions to: reduce population-level exposure to four key risk factors; build capacity for chronic disease prevention; and work towards health equity.'--Executive summary.

Path to Prevention

Accompanied by: Appendix. Includes bibliographical references. 'Path to Prevention - Recommendations for Reducing Chronic Disease in First Nations, Inuit and Métis (referred to as Path to Prevention) is a companion report to Taking Action to Prevent Chronic Disease: Recommendations for a Healthier Ontario (Taking Action), which provided 22 recommended policies and interventions to: reduce population-level exposure to four key risk factors; build capacity for chronic disease prevention; and work towards health equity.'--Executive summary.

Path to Prevention. Appendix.

Accompanied by: Appendix. Includes bibliographical references. 'Path to Prevention - Recommendations for Reducing Chronic Disease in First Nations, Inuit and Métis (referred to as Path to Prevention) is a companion report to Taking Action to Prevent Chronic Disease: Recommendations for a Healthier Ontario (Taking Action), which provided 22 recommended policies and interventions to: reduce population-level exposure to four key risk factors; build capacity for chronic disease prevention; and work towards health equity.'--Executive summary.

Path to Prevention. Appendix.

Accompanied by: Appendix. Includes bibliographical references. 'Path to Prevention - Recommendations for Reducing Chronic Disease in First Nations, Inuit and Métis (referred to as Path to Prevention) is a companion report to Taking Action to Prevent Chronic Disease: Recommendations for a Healthier Ontario (Taking Action), which provided 22 recommended policies and interventions to: reduce population-level exposure to four key risk factors; build capacity for chronic disease prevention; and work towards health equity.'--Executive summary.

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