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On Dec. 19, 2014, staff from Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and University Health Network (UHN) gathered to honour the inspiring and influential career of Dr. Pamela Catton. 
A new biotech company, Northern Biologics, is a partnership based in Toronto that includes Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and the University of Toronto.  The company has licensed intellectual property from these partners including drug leads and a new antibody generation platform.
Every year, staff and volunteers at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre are nominated for their exemplary service by patients and their families for The Gerald Kirsh Humanitarian Awards. The 14th annual celebration was held on November 24, 2014
The Jesse and Julie Rasch Foundation of Toronto has played an important role in helping to gain a greater understanding of cancer, with the goal that this will lead to the development of new anti-cancer agents.
The Max Tanenbaum Healing Garden, created for patients and their families and the staff of Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, officially opened on Monday, November 10, 2014.  The opening ceremonies included a ribbon-cutting, lovely music themed on colours of the rainbow and words of appreciation delivered by Marnie Escaf, Vice-President of University Health Network and site leader for Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and Susan Clarke, Nurse Manager for the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit
“This is a golden day,” stated Paul Alofs, President & CEO of The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation “We are announcing a key milestone in our five-year Billion Dollar Challenge to lead the way in Personalized Cancer Medicine with an unprecedented investment in people, purpose-built space and technology. This will further the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre’s position as one of the top 5 cancer research centres in the world.”
1,387 Players Take Part in World’s Largest Fundraising Road Hockey Event
The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation announced today that the draws for the five VIP Prizes in the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre Welcome Home Sweepstakes 2014 have been completed
Next generation fundraiser will consist of a 25 km walk and festival experience in Toronto and will enable each participant to raise money for a cancer fund of their choice at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
North America’s largest multi-day walk for women’s cancers draws 3,100 participants and funds Personalized Cancer Medicine at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
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