Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and related websites
The 17th Annual Heidi Golf Classic will be held on Friday, September 5th, 2014 at Lakeridge Links Golf Club in Brooklin, Ontario.
Be part of our celebration on September 6-7, 2014 and choose the best Weekend experience for you. Enjoy the full 2-Day, 60km distance for maximum impact, or try the 1-Day, 32km distance. Do something BOLD in 2014. Walk in The Weekend!
Our trek to Machu Picchu is a unique alternative to the extremely busy Inca Trail. Is is off the beaten track and you will see diverse and spectacular scenery as you glimpse a way of Peruvian life that has remained untouched for centuries.
Please join or support our family and friends while we remember Robin Davies. Robin Davies Memorial Golf Tournament will take place on September 8th at The Oshawa Golf and Curling Club.
SCRF is thrilled to announce their 3rd Annual Charity Golf Tournament will be held on Thursday, September 11. Once again they will proudly be partnering with the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation to raise funds to support cancer research.
Please help remember David by supporting the 2nd Annual David Tack Memorial Golf Tournament, at Lionhead Golf & Country Club. Proceeds from the event will benefit The Gerry & Nancy Pencer Brain Tumor Centre at The Princess Margaret.
Do something different, challenging and fun! Visit www.climbridebike.com for information on climbing Mount Kilimanjero, Cycling in Peru from the Amazon to Machu Picchu, or a Trek to Machu Picchu.
This Dawn-to-Dusk fundraising event features hundreds of road hockey games, food and beverages, and so much more! If you enjoy a challenge, this is the event for you.
Dr. Peter Pisters named President & CEO of University Health Network
Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer, taking place this year on Saturday, September 27 at Toronto’s Ontario Place, is a big, bold fundraising event helping the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre lead the way in Personalized Cancer Medicine.
Thanks to a generous gift of $2.4 million from Elizabeth and Tony Comper, the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre will establish the Myeloproliferative Neoplasm Program (MPN); the first of its kind in Canada.
(TORONTO, Canada – July 17, 2014) – The journal Cancer Cell today published research led by Dr. Tak Mak mapping the path of discovery to developing a potential anticancer agent.
With the incredible success of the 2014 Joe’s Team triathlon/duathlon on Saturday, July 5, raising $1.3 million, the event has now raised the $10-million needed to establish the Joe Finley Centre for Head and Neck Cancer Research at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
September 28, 1972: a date permanently etched in the memories of hockey fans, for it was on that date that Paul Henderson scored the winning goal for Canada to defeat the Soviet Union in the immortalized Summit Series! Few will ever forget Foster Hewitt’s historic call: “Henderson scores for Canada!”
The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation (The PMCF) surpassed their goal for the second annual Journey to Conquer Cancer – Run or Walk and raised $1.2 million on Sunday, June 22, 2014, making it our most successful Run or Walk yet.
“My career has been very eclectic, and to be recognized by my peers and colleagues is extremely meaningful, throughout my career and my roles as clinician, researcher, teacher, administrator and leader, I have focused on promoting radiation therapy as an integral tool for treating cancer patients worldwide.”