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Princess Margaret Cancer Centre is one of the  Top 5 cancer research centres in the world

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Our researchers never stop asking WHY
Our researchers never stop asking WHY

Our researchers never stop asking WHY

To first understand and then defeat this disease requires deep knowledge, collaboration, tenacity and non-stop curiosity. Our researchers never stop asking WHY.
RECEIVING ‘COLOURFUL HONOURS’
RECEIVING ‘COLOURFUL HONOURS’

RECEIVING ‘COLOURFUL HONOURS’

12 cancer specialists who independently formed separate teams for the Shoppers Drug Mart OneWalk to Conquer Cancer, received “colourful honours” from The Princess Margaret.

Upcoming Events

Joe’s Team Sprint Triathlon / Duathlon

Joe’s Team Sprint Triathlon / Duathlon

Event Date:04/Jul/2015

Join the fun, as we swim, bike and run to conquer cancer at one of the most beautiful resort areas in Canada. Joe’s Team attracts participants of all abilities – from first-timers to national level triathletes.


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THE PRINCESS MARGARET CANCER FOUNDATION LAUNCHES  A NEW AWARENESS-BUILDING MARKETING CAMPAIGN

THE PRINCESS MARGARET CANCER FOUNDATION LAUNCHES A NEW AWARENESS-BUILDING MARKETING CAMPAIGN

25/May/2015

The question ‘why?’ inspires discovery, innovation, and is central to research. At the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, ‘why’ is in our DNA.


The PMCF Blog

  • Bryn Currie

    Why I ride: Bryn Currie's Ride to Conquer Cancer story

    By Kate Pettersen    Posted on: 05/25/2015 09:12:20 AM     Categories: Fellow Fundraiser
    At some point in your life you will ask “why.” You may not ever be touched directly with cancer or a life threatening illness, but its notice and its impact has a way of arriving when you least expect it. And when it does, you will be tested beyond all imaginable expectations. That is a guarantee. Some will succeed, others will not; everyone will be changed. Read Bryn Currie's blog about WHY she is hitting the road in the Ride to Conquer Cancer.
  • John Randall

    Immune Therapy Showing Promising Results

    By Karina Wong    Posted on: 05/20/2015 02:19:52 PM     Categories: Recognition
    John Randall was on his way to his family doctor for a routine appointment when his wife casually suggested he get the mole on his back checked out. He was 48 years old at the time. The results would change his life forever. Read John's story here...
  • Helen Sweet

    The Bride's Project: Giving back to The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation

    By Kate Pettersen    Posted on: 05/12/2015 12:31:50 PM     Categories: Recognition
    In 2004, Helen Sweet started The Bride's Project as a way of providing an environmentally, socially and fiscally conscious alternative for Brides seeking a dress (or accessories) for their wedding day. In 2014, Helen made a $20,000 donation to The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation and continues to give back to the community through her work. Read more about her inspiring project...
 

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Under Armour Canada is powering The Princess Margaret’s Wellness and Exercise program

Under Armour Canada is powering The Princess Margaret’s Wellness and Exercise program

Under Armour—the company that introduced the now-famous ColdGear® fabric for athletic clothing—launched the Power in Pink™ program over 12 years ago to encourage a dialogue among women about the importance of fighting breast cancer through a healthy and active lifestyle. Read more...
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