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B.C. tops in world for cancer survival

Major international study published in the British medical journal The Lancet confirms that we do in fact have a better chance of surviving cancer here in B.C. than anywhere else in the world.

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Improving treatment for cancer’s smallest patients

Improving treatment for cancer’s smallest patients

Dr. Poul Sorensen, a BC Cancer Agency senior scientist and the Johal Chair in Childhood Cancer Research, devoted his career to researching childhood cancers? Because, he says, as long as kids are sick, they need him to do more research

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B.C. researchers saving women’s lives one gene at a time

B.C. researchers saving women’s lives one gene at a time

The BC Cancer Foundation, its donors and the Agency’s world-renowned scientists and doctors are powerful partners in discovery. This partnership comes together to fund and find solutions that are making a difference in the lives of all cancer patients in B.C.

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Cancer research renaissance in our own backyard

The power of genome sequencing continues to unravel the complexities of cancer in its 200-plus forms, as researchers and clinicians find more and more clues to its causes and cures.

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