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Today, our experts see breakthroughs that seemed impossible 10 years ago — and community support means our patients can rely on them to keep breaking new ground.
In honour of World Cancer Day (Feb. 4), read some of the unique journeys our patients have been on — they’re our inspiration to create a cancer-free tomorrow.
To mark World Cancer Day, CityNews Radio's An Hour to Give featured star researcher, Dr. Meshach Asare-Werehene, and leukemia patient, Camille Leahy.
Long-awaited diagnosis ‘almost a relief’
After a 27-year career at our hospital, Denise Picard-Stencer walked through our doors again — this time as a patient.
The aggressive cancer diagnosis he never saw coming
Blindsided by his diagnosis, Ram Dubey put his trust in our experts and painted a picture of a thousand thanks.
A cancer journey by the numbers
By her early 40s, Tanya O’Brien, had already seen six family members battle with breast cancer. Now, she was next.
Firefighter faces the fight of his life
At first, Jay Abramovitch thought his colon was just inflamed. But when he saw his doctor’s face, he knew it wasn’t good news.
How we’ll fight cancer together
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