TrueNTH Members

TrueNTH is composed of organizations and institutions who:

  • Collectively represent expertise in key areas of cancer survivorship

  • Have a proven track record in cancer survivorship and specifically, prostate cancer

  • Broadly represent all major regions in Canada

In addition, TrueNTH includes prostate cancer community representatives - patients, survivors and caregivers.

TrueNTH Member Organizations

Alberta Health Services - Cancer Centre, Tom Baker Cancer Centre, Calgary, AB
BC Cancer Agency, BC
Canadian Centre for Applied Research in Cancer Control
Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association
Canadian Urological Association
Cancer Care Ontario, ON
ELLICSR: Health, Wellness and Cancer Survivorship Centre, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network, Toronto, ON
InspireHealth, Vancouver, BC
Kinesic Sport Lab, Halifax, NS
London Health Sciences Research Centre, London, ON
Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto, ON
Prostate Cancer Centre and Prostate Cancer Foundation, Calgary, AB
Queen's University (Department of Oncology / Division of Cancer Care & Epidemiology), Kingston, ON
Queen's University (Department of Oncology), Kingston, ON
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
University of British Columbia (Department of Urological Sciences), Vancouver, BC
University of Calgary, Calgary, AB
  




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