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Two internationally-acclaimed cancer centres—The Princess Margaret and Vall d’Hebron Institute of Oncology—today announced a partnership to accelerate academic and clinical research to advance personalized, targeted therapies against cancer.
Since the inaugural Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer, Steve’s Cyclepaths have been a fundraising and fun-loving force. Starting with 53 cyclists in year 1, the team has grown to 278 in 2014.
The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre is proud of the work accomplished by its extraordinary staff. Several of the outstanding scientists and clinicians at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre have recently been recognized for excellence in their specific areas of expertise.
Researchers at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre are proposing a new model to enable doctors to predict outcomes more accurately for patients with throat cancers specifically caused by Human Papillomavirus (HPV).
On World Cancer Day, Feb. 4, The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation (The PMCF) raised awareness with the #NoHairSelfie (#NHS) social media campaign.
Amongst a variety of side effects, cancer patients can experience hair loss due to chemotherapy treatment. In response, the #NHS campaign invites participants to physically shave their head or to undergo a "virtual shave" using the free #NHS mobile app to show solidarity for patients undergoing treatments.
David Chilton, The Wealthy Barber, will do the honours of shaving the signature curls of Deloitte’s Vice Chair, Harley Mintz, at the #NoHairSelfie’s final Celebrity Buzz Off for World Cancer Day.
Today, on World Cancer Day, The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation’s #NoHairSelfie digital fundraising campaign is well-positioned to trend on social media in an effort to show support for patients worldwide who are undergoing cancer treatment.
A $1-million gift will establish the TD Collaboration and Recruitment Fund to recruit post-doctoral students, fellows and other researchers to The Princess Margaret. Recruitment is an integral part of The Princess Margaret’s Billion Dollar Challenge for Personalized Cancer Medicine. 
The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation’s world-leading Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer event is very excited to announce a partnership with VIA Rail Canada
Today, The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation launches the #NoHairSelfie campaign, a new digital fundraising effort showing support for the thousands of Canadians undergoing cancer treatment.  #NoHairSelfie encourages people to shave their heads – actually or virtually -- on World Cancer Day, February 4, 2015.
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