About The Foundation
Working together with health care and research professionals, patients and the community, The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation raised over $88 million last year to support breakthrough research, patient care and education programs at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
About The Cancer Centre
The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre has 12 cancer site groups, 26 specialty clinics, and almost 3,000 staff who enable over 400,000 patient visits every year. The 800,000 square feet facility houses 130 inpatient beds, 373,000 square feet of research space and 17 radiation treatment machines, making it one of the largest comprehensive cancer treatment facilities in the world with the largest radiation treatment centre under a single roof in North America.
About THE CENTRE's RESEARCH Institutes
The Campbell Family Institute for Breast Cancer Research in the Ontario Cancer Institute focuses on learning how breast cancer begins and developing the next generation of treatments for breast cancer patients. Read more...
The newest addition to OCI, the Campbell Family Cancer Research Institute will accelerate the pace of breakthrough cancer research, facilitating the translation of cancer discoveries into new life-saving therapies and more personalized cancer treatments for each patient. Read more...
Techna is an institute of the University Health Network working in partnership with the University of Toronto that is focused on the accelerated development and exploitation of technology for improved health. Read more...
Working together with health care and research professionals, patients, and the community, The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation raises over $88 million annually to support breakthrough research, patient care and education programs at The Princess Margaret. Find out how to contact us with your question or donation. Read more...
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(TORONTO, Canada – July 17, 2014) – The journal Cancer Cell today published research led by Dr. Tak Mak mapping the path of discovery to developing a potential anticancer agent.