About CARE™

The CARE™ (Community. Academic. Research. Education.) Faculty is a national group of specialists from across Canada.

We develop education initiatives directed at our peers, as well as to nurses, pharmacists, patients, government and payers. CARE™ programs have been successfully run in oncology, hematology, gastroenterology, infectious disease, neuromuscular, pathology and respirology.

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Our Current Events

Recent Publications

The CARE™ ACG/UEGW 2019 Conference Report highlights key news in gastroenterology with a specific focus on inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), framed from a Canadian perspective.

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Gastroenterology

 

 

CARE™ Perspectives:

ACG/UEGW 2019

Genitourinary

CARE™ Perspectives:

ESMO 2019

2018 and 2019 have seen numerous data updates and news that could affect the management of prostate cancer (PC) in Canada. The following CARE™ Conference Report from ESMO 2019 focuses on prostate cancer updates.

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CARE™ Faculty recently spoke with CLL expert, Dr. Paolo Ghia (Milan, Italy) to get a global perspective on these advances and how they have impacted his practice.

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Hematology

CARE™ Global Interview Series:

Management of CLL in the Current Landscape

Hematology

CARE™ Update:

Highlights from iwCLL 2019 & CARE™ CLL Treatment Guidance

Members of the CARE™ Faculty recently met at the International Workshop on CLL (iwCLL 2019, September 20th-23rd in Edinburgh, Scotland) to review the latest data and news. A review of key plenary themes from the iwCLL meeting has been provided by CARE™ Faculty who attended.

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Twitter

Darolutamide approved for nonmetastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer. https://t.co/UjPoIYuq5j #HarvardHealth

CARE™ at ASH is NEXT WEEK! This event provides hematologists, residents, fellows, and junior faculty across Canada a unique opportunity to gather, discuss and address relevant issues in hematology.

Register while you still can: https://t.co/dXwwh2tpR3

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Resources

Forum on Complement Case Series

This 4-part series sheds light on challenges many Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria (PNH) patients encounter during their disease course.