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A CMOH order remains in effect that requires continuous masking at all AHS and Covenant facilities provincewide.
Patients and Families
Having treatment and follow-up can often mean having different procedures, products or tests.
This usually depends on your own specific situation. Not everyone will need these. If you aren’t sure, ask your cancer care team..
Your PICC (TBCC)
Chemotherapy Subcutaneous Self-Injection
Subcutaneous Self Injection
Colposcopy at TBCC
Laser Surgery: A Woman’s Guide to Laser Surgery at TBCC
Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP) in the Operating Room – TBCC
Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP) as an Outpatient – TBCC
Radiation Treatment Breath Hold Information for Patients with Breast Cancer
Your Guide to Bladder Instillation Treatment in Alberta
Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP) in the Operating Room – Chinook Regional Hospital
Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP) as an Outpatient – Chinook Regional Hospital
Adult X-Ray and CT Exams (PDF)
Considering Genetic Testing After a Cancer Diagnosis
Watch this video for information to help patients and families understand genetic testing for hereditary cancer.
Hereditary Cancer and Genetic Tests After a Cancer Diagnosis (PDF)
Testing for Lynch Syndrome (PDF)
Understanding a Negative Test Result (interactive presentation)
Understanding Ovarian Cancer Genetic Tumour Testing (PDF)
X-Ray and CT Exams for Children (PDF)
Research & Analytics
Supportive Care & Living Well
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