The Saskatchewan Cancer Agency operates prevention and early detection programs, conducts innovative research and provides safe, patient and familed-centred care care at our two cancer centres.
Our more than 650 employees are passionate about their work in the fight against cancer.
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At the Allan Blair Cancer Centre in Regina and the Saskatoon Cancer Centre, every patient has a team of skilled and dedicated healthcare professionals providing quality care and support services. The Community Oncology Program of Saskatchewan COPS provides specific types of chemotherapy treatments in certified regional hospitals.
Our team of professionals are available to help patients and families cope with the physical and emotional impact of cancer.
Cancer Patient Lodges
The Regina and Saskatoon cancer patient lodges offer a home away from home for patients and their companions.
Quality of Care Coordinator
The Quality of Care Coordinator is available to assist patients, clients and family members who have questions or concerns regarding the service they receive.
The Agency promotes awareness that half of all cancers can be prevented through healithier lifestyles.
Our early detection programs give people a fighting chance against cancer.
Our scientists and researchers conduct and participate in world-class research including biomedical research, clinical trials and epidemiology research.
All donations to the Agency stay in Saskatchewan to support cancer treatment, early detection, prevention, research and supportive care programs.