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What’s the average wait time for cancer surgery?

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  • Chelsea grant says:

    Very helpful and informative!

  • Marsha says:

    Sarcoma patient in winnipeg with a very rare cancer subtype mpnst. I started treatment in October it is now March and operation is not done yet. This cancer i have is a very aggressive and life threating cancer with poor prognosis. Sarcoma is rare and the kind i have is 5 in one million. They are taking there time as if i just got a cold. Love canada but wish i was back in america for the health system moves much faster.

  • Patrick says:

    Thanks for sharing the information.My friend was diagnosed with the bowel cancer and he was going through the treatment from past 4 year at CSCS( http://www.colorectal-surgeon.com.au/)based in Sydney .. The doctors are very humble and kind..

  • Mathew says:

    Thanks for posting.. my friend was diagnosed with the bowel cancer and he was going through the treatment from past 4 year at CSCS(www.colorectal-surgeon.com.au) based in Sydney .. The doctors are very humble and kind..

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Paul Taylor is a health journalist and former Patient Navigation Advisor at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, where he provided advice and answered questions from patients and their families. Paul will continue to write occasional columns for Healthy Debate.