Canadian Cancer Society was formed in the year 1929 and by 1947 the society had started to fund Cancer Research through National Cancer Institute of Canada. It has national offices in Toronto and Ottawa and 10 provincial and territorial divisions. The number of volunteers reaches up to a figure of 140,000 with around 1200 full time staff. The current president of the CCS is Prof Pamela Fralick.
The Canadian Cancer Society campaigns on behalf of Canadians by cheering governments to bring about public policies that will help stop cancer and help people living with cancer. Issues the Society advocates for include tobacco control, fancy use of pesticides, health systems reform, occupational carcinogen exposure, cancer screening and gene patenting.Read More»
The following is the list of scholars from Canadian Cancer Society who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences