Advocacy for Canadian Childhood Oncology Research Network
December 2021: Webinar: What it Will Take for a Canadian Pediatric Consortium To Be Successful. A presentation by pediatric cancer research Advocates on how the Canadian childhood cancer community worked together to achieve this $30 million promise from the federal government and how we all must continue to work together to make this successful. YouTube Video of the Webinar and PDF of Slides
We are committed to advocating for translational research and effective treatments to realize the goal of curing childhood, adolescent, and young adult cancers.
Understand and overcome the challenges associated with conducting childhood, adolescent and young adult (CAYA) cancer research in Canada by bridging the gaps that occur when moving a promising idea through the various stages of discovery and into clinical trials.
Address and remove the barriers that exist in accessing targeted and promising cancer clinical trials for CAYA with cancer in Canada.
Educate and activate government leaders, policy makers, industry and others active in the Canadian medical community to effectively address the issues facing CAYA cancer oncologists, researchers, patients and their families to better improve and streamline access to innovative treatments.
Connect with CAYA health advocacy groups across Canada to strengthen our collective voice in fighting for world class care for children, adolescents and young adults with cancer.