Month: July 2014

Dr. Jana Rieger

Researchers blog about progress

Thursday, July 31, 2014

The Alberta Cancer Foundation makes just one promise to our donors: progress. We know that Albertans, like us, are impatient for results. That’s why we strive to continually report on the research, treatment, prevention and screening and enhanced care programs we invest in on behalf of our donors across the province. We’ve asked some of Alberta’s brightest … Read More

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Speeding up progress: Admiraal Racing for a Cure

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Sadly, cancer has affected nearly everyone in one way or another, and I am no exception. I lost my grandfather to cancer before I had the opportunity to meet him. Two of my aunts have recently fought breast cancer. More recently however, a very close friend of mine, role model in my life and valued … Read More

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Lawn bowling tournament goes Wilde!

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

2014 was the inaugural year for Wilde Bocce. This event was inspired by Lucille Wilde, my Grandma (aka “Granny”) who was lost to cancer in February 2014.  Lucille was the ultimate caregiver― up until she passed at the age of 75, she was still babysitting her great grandchildren on a weekly basis.  She was extremely … Read More

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