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The Canadian Cardiac Oncology Network was established in 2011 to bring together healthcare professionals interested in understanding how cancer therapies impact cardiac health.

Call for Papers:

Journal of Oncology Special Issue

Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease: The Complex Labyrinth. Guest Editors: Susan Dent, Peter Liu, Christine Brezden-Masley, Daniel Lenihan. Manuscript Due: 05/09/2014. Publication Date: 23/01/2015. Call for Papers Instructions

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Partnered with:

International CardiOncology Society North America

"Taking Survival To Heart" Bringing Cardiologists & Oncologists together to improve medicine and save lives.

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Associated with:

All in Cancer & Women in Cancer

All in Cancer (AinC) is a secure website that allows cancer care providers and trainees to link together.
Women in Cancer: Connecting today, leading tomorrow. WINC is committed to advancing cancer care by encouraging the growth, leadership, and connectivity of oncologists.http://www.womenincancer.org/

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Vision

At CCON, our long-term vision is to optimize cardiac care for cancer patients receiving potentially cardiotoxic therapies.

Mission

To gain a better understanding of cardiac complications of oncology treatments.

To develop early detection and intervention strategies to optimize cardiac health.

To optimize patient outcomes by collaborating with allied healthcare professionals.

A Message from Dr. Susan Dent

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Welcome to the Canadian Cardiac Oncology Network! I hope you find this cardiac oncology virtual network helpful. We have made great strides in the treatment of cancer over the last decade. An increasing number of individuals are surviving a cancer diagnosis with the expectation of experiencing a good quality of life.

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