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At the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency we provide leadership in cancer control for the people of Saskatchewan through prevention, early detection, treatment, and research.


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The Saskatchewan Cancer Agency will be offering flu shots from October 23 to November 10, 2017. Your health is important to us and our oncologists recommend that you get immunized to help protect yourself and others from getting the flu. When you attend your regular scheduled appointment please let the nurses know you would like a flu shot and they can provide you with any necessary information.

Flu shots are available to all Saskatchewan residents free of charge. More information about the 2017-18 flu vaccine is abailable here.

The mammography bus was scheduled to be in Pelican Narrows Sept 13-19. This has been canceled due to the forest fire situation. Women can make an appointment for a mammogram at any of our screening centres or elsewhere on the mobile bus.

Our Bursary Program is a recruitment initiative designed to attract new graduates of post-secondary health discipline programs. More information and application forms are available here.

Work is already underway to create a warm, safe and welcoming chemotherapy treatment area at the Saskatoon Cancer Centre.Find out how you can support the chemotherapy redevelopment to improve care and build hope. More information is available here.

See what cancer-related services and supports are available.