1 in 2 of us face a cancer diagnosis in our lifetime. My Dad, Omer Alofs, just passed away from cancer. So both my parents died from cancer. Canada needs a national strategy to deal with the crisis that is cancer.
What would you say if I told you nearly 1 in 2 Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime? That’s half of your loved ones, half of your colleagues at work, half of your neighbours.
1 in 2 is the new reality for us, and it’s frightening.
At Princess Margaret Cancer Centre we deal with sobering statistics every day. But there is hope. Our team of cancer experts offer real hope. Our world-leading clinical trials program offers real hope. Our team of 72 highly skilled surgeons offer real hope. We have one of the most advanced and largest radiation treatment program in the world. Our team is also advancing supportive care to improve patient’s quality of life. We also take pride in sharing our advances with other cancer centres in the country and around the world.
We feel that hope every time a person walks out of…
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