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Researchers report a successful classification of triple breast cancer patients, which for the first time discriminates those who can be cured from those who might suffer a relapse. It also identifies new pharmacological targets, and indicates that in patients with these targets, combined treatments with existing drugs could be effective.

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada: Webcast on Brain Fog and Fatigue

October 3, 2018
The community of people dedicated to overcoming ovarian cancer is active and vibrant in Ontario. Please read on for local news and learn how you can get more involved in your community.

Register today for the 2018 Tree of Bright Stars!

The Tree of Bright Stars is a caring comforting memorial where those whose lives have been touched by loss can unite in support and acknowledge that the holiday season can be an especially difficult…

Seeds of Hope: Research grant awarded to McGill scientist, Walk participants band together, what to do this September, and more

September 16, 2018

Living with Loss Reminder: September Groups

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Living with Loss Reminder: September Groups

Ontario Community Updates: Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month - September 2018

August 22, 2018

Parents Grieving the Death of an Infant

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Bereaved Parents of Ontario Midwestern Region: Parents Grieving the Death of an Infant – 8 Week Program

Cambridge girl Katie Herron, who lost a long battle with cancer, will be among the children's stories honoured when the Cambridge city sign lights up gold on Aug. 31 for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

HopeSpring announces new transformational leader Executive Director Lois Peterson.

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