eFit for Individuals & Caregivers: Cancer

Cancer starts with small changes in the body when cells grow and multiply too much and form a lump in the body called a tumour. Malignant (cancerous) tumour cells are able to spread to other parts of the body. Benign (non-cancerous) tumour cells do not spread and are not usually dangerous.

Breast Cancer in Canada [PDF] (Source: Public Health Agency of Canada)

Canadian Cancer Statistics ( Government of Canada ):
Cancer in Canada ( Government of Canada ):
Fact Sheet 
Cancer Prevention and Healthy Living ( American Society of Clinical Oncology ):
How you can help someone with cancer ( Canadian Cancer Society ):
Navigating Cancer Care: For Older Adults ( American Society of Clinical Oncology ):
Peer Support Online: Talk to someone who’s been there ( Canadian Cancer Society ):
When the Doctor Says “Cancer” ( American Society of Clinical Oncology ):