Organized screening programs can find cancer earlier, leading to better health outcomes. Cancer Care Ontario oversees 3 cancer screening programs in Ontario: breast, cervical and colorectal.
Update: Canada Post Service Disruption
The Canada Post labour disruption has ended, but there is a backlog of mail waiting for delivery. Delays may continue for the next few weeks.
See Canada Post Service Disruption for details on how this affects cancer screening correspondence.
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