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This has been the experience of Fort Chipewyan with the 2009 Alberta Cancer Board Study.
Until we have that level of detailed information we can't really ascribe a cause to the increase numbers that were reported in the Alberta Cancer Board study.
The Bill provides for the dissolution of the Alberta Cancer Board and the Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission (AADAC), both of which were established by legislation.
The largest study is also the most recent: After looking at a group of almost 11,000 women from the Alberta, Canada, area, the Alberta Cancer Board concluded, "The incidence of breast cancer among the women who had breast augmentation could not be said to be either significantly higher or lower than that among the general population.
About the Alberta Cancer Foundation: The Alberta Cancer Board and Foundation works toward a future without cancer, by coordinating and funding collaborative cancer research and by providing evidence-based prevention, screening, diagnosis, treatment and care.
A 2009 Alberta Cancer Board Study found that cancer rates within the Fort Chipewyan community are an astonishing 30 times higher than what they should be.
It was the expert opinion of the researcher on the methodology (to be used) and what would get the most results and how we would be able to compare it to other populations," explained Lee Elliott, director of public relations and communications for the Alberta Cancer Board of Alberta Health Services.
x) Montreal General Hospital (McGill University teaching hospital) Montreal, Quebec, Canada - (x) Cross Cancer Institute, Alberta Cancer Board (University of Alberta affiliate) Edmonton, Alberta, Canada - (x) Jewish General Hospital (McGill University teaching hospital) Montreal, Quebec, Canada - (x) Juravinski Cancer Centre (McMaster University and Hamilton Health Sciences affiliate) Hamilton, Ontario,Canada.