Improving Indigenous Cancer Journeys: A Road Map is a strategy for addressing all aspects of cancer, from prevention through to survivorship with a focus on delivering culturally safe cancer care.
Cancer and First Nations Peoples in BC: A Community Resource includes FNHA's approach to health and wellness, an overview of cancer incidence and survival rates for First Nations people in BC, information on preventing cancer and cancer-related community resources.
Cancer Among First Nations People Living in British Columbia (FNHA fact sheet ) – Statistics for 1993 to 2010 • Top five cancers for women and men • Age-adjusted incidence rates • Cancer prevention facts • Approaches to cancer prevention
Living with Cancer
Living With Cancer includes culturally appropriate and safe information on patient rights and navigating the cancer journey. The information is told through the stories of Indigenous cancer patients and their families who have gone through a cancer journey.
Silent Enemy is a 28-page comic book about a father who finds out he has lung cancer and receives treatment for it.
The story focuses on the themes of hope, humour, family and survival, and compares the path the father travels and the love and support his family give him, to a wilderness walk, during which unexpected challenges come up and are overcome as a family.
Silent Enemy is most suitable for older youth, adults and families.