Hospice Care Hospice is a caregiving that provides coordinated, multi-disciplinary care for people living with terminal illnesses and for their families and caregivers. “Hospice care” is sometimes used interchangeably with “palliative care” to describe an approach to care or a community program providing services with such an approach.
In this issue, we explore complementary and alternative methods of treating prostate cancer – the many kinds of products, practices, and treatments that are not part of mainstream medicine. We find both potential benefits and some cautions.
Press Release: (17 May 2016) Prostate Cancer Support Ottawa donates $25,000 to The Ottawa Hospital for Advanced Prostate Cancer Treatment and Research.Press Release - PCCNO donation to the Ottawa Hospital
On June 17th, thousands of Canadians will wear plaid to help protect men from prostate cancer. It’s a fun and easy way to help the 1 in 8 men who will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime.
On May 17, 2016 PCCN Ottawa presented a cheque for $25,000 to the Ottawa Hospital. Our gift is being earmarked for Advanced Prostate Cancer Treatment and Research and will be used to assist th deddicated prostate cancer team to centralize care for men facing advanced prostate cancer and develop care pathways to improve access to diagnostic tests and novel therapy. The donation for this project will also be used to support research with increased access to clinical trials and will improve patient care in the region.
Please join PCCNO Saturday morning, June 4th, at the Aviation Museum as we form up for our tradtional Honor Guard to send off the Ride for Dad in style ! No experience necessary, just smile and wave and enjoy the sound of 1000+ motorcycles taking off. See the links below for more details.