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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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Patient parking on Level 2 of the parkade will be closed from November 28 2016, to January 7, 2017. Starting November 28, 2016, patients will be able to park in designated spots on Level 3 of the parkade. Patients also have access to a shuttle service that will pick you up at your car and take you to the Saskatoon Cancer Centre. To arrange for a shuttle, please call 306-514-7577. We appreciate your patience during the parkade renovation and improvements. If you have questions or concerns about parking please call the Facilities department at the Saskatoon Cancer Centre 306-655-0698.

See what cancer-related services and supports are available.

The Cancer and Work website is designed to address the unique needs of cancer survivors with returning, remaining, changing work or looking for work after a diagnosis of cancer. The website provides newly created information, resources, and interactive tools for cancer survivors, healthcare providers, employers, and highlights helpful information from across the globe.
www.CancerAndWork.ca

Patients coming through the doors of the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency can rest assured that they will receive a high level of care when they see the Accreditation Canada seal and designation of Accreditation with Commendation, which is the second highest standing a health organization can receive. Read more here.

To help you prepare for your first visit to the cancer centre, please read the following important information.
Information package for new patients

Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) occurs when a physician provides or administers a lethal dose of drugs to intentionally cause the death of a competent adult, at the adult's request. In 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada struck down the current law that makes it a criminal offence for a physician to assist a patient in dying in certain circumstances. Saskatchewan's Ministry of Health continues to work closely with provincial, territorial and regional partners on policy and operational issues, to achieve an approach that is as consistent as possible between jurisdictions. More details, and information for the public and for health practitioners, is available on the Ministry's website.

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