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Glimmer of Hope: How a Clinical Trial Saved Chis Brochu’s Life

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Meet Chris Brochu, a B.C resident, outdoor enthusiast, avid snowboarder, and clinical trial participant. In May of 2015, Chris Brochu felt abnormally short of breath while on a hike with his dog. Following a spate of medical tests, and 10 days spent in the hospital, Chris was diagnosed with stage 4 metastatic melanoma. Melanoma from … Read More


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Young Adults With Cancer – Blair Richardson

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Each year in Alberta, nearly 300 new cases of cancer are diagnosed in adolescents and young adults, aged 15-29. Falling between the dividing line of pediatrics and adults, this group of patients faces unique challenges. Unfortunately, the needs of Adolescent and Young Adult patients are often unmet. Not only can patients feel isolated, but without … Read More


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