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HPV Vaccination of Adolescent Boys May Be Cost-Effective for Preventing Oropharyngeal Cancer

HPV Vaccination of Adolescent Boys May Be Cost-Effective for Preventing Oropharyngeal Cancer

13/Apr/2015

A new study indicates that vaccinating 12-year-old boys against the humanpapilloma virus (HPV) may be a cost-effective strategy for preventing oropharyngeal squamous cell cancer.


 

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    Cindy Leder's Journey to Conquer Cancer

    By Kate Pettersen    Posted on: 04/23/2015 12:59:53 PM     Categories: Events
    "Life with Multiple Myeloma is a rollercoaster - the kind that takes you through the upside-down loops. The support of family, friends, Princess Margaret doctors, nurses, clinician, fellow patients and the team at The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation, always made us feel like giving up was never an option." Read Cindy Leder's story here...
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    MEET SILVIA

    By Kate Pettersen    Posted on: 04/16/2015 02:05:26 PM     Categories: Faces of The Princess Margaret
    Silvia Vilas Boas is a student at the University of Toronto and began volunteering at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in 2014. She loves to make patients smile and shared her story with us. Read more here...
  • Brian Rogers

    MEET BRIAN

    By Kate Pettersen    Posted on: 04/15/2015 01:14:39 PM     Categories: Faces of The Princess Margaret
    Brian Rogers is a volunteer at The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation. He has been a volunteer for nearly six years and shares some of his memories with us. Read more here- 
  • Carley Allison

    Remembering Carley Allison

    By Kate Pettersen    Posted on: 04/01/2015 10:56:20 AM     Categories: Recognition
    "Carley has left such a profound impact on all of us. We are all better people because of her"- Paul Alofs. Read more about Carley Allison...
  • Lee and Phil

    Meet Phil Kohls and Lee Pettersen

    By Kate Pettersen    Posted on: 03/20/2015 12:42:23 PM     Categories: Events

    Phil Kohls and Lee Pettersen joined the Ride to Conquer Cancer to support others they knew who had been touched by Cancer.  Now they ride for themselves, as survivors, with the little yellow flag attached to their bikes reminding everyone why this event is so important and how much of an impact the money raised has on patients. Watch our video blog...

 
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