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CPC (AB)
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2020-02-04 14:09 [p.901]
Mr. Speaker, half of Canadians are expected to be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. Today is World Cancer Day, a reminder why we need to continue working toward a world where no Canadian fears cancer.
As a nation, we have made significant strides in cancer research, early detection and treatment. We have more people surviving cancer than ever before. The five-year survival for cancer has increased to 63%. However, a person's experience with cancer does not end just because the treatment is over.
The Canadian Cancer Society provides the largest cancer support system in the country and funds groundbreaking research so we can reduce the number of Canadians diagnosed with cancer.
Cancer touches all Canadians, whether personally or through family and friends. Today helps us remember why we need to keep working together to end cancer.
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