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2014

27/Sep/2014
1,387 Players Take Part in World’s Largest Fundraising Road Hockey Event
23/Sep/2014
The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation announced today that the draws for the five VIP Prizes in the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre Welcome Home Sweepstakes 2014 have been completed
15/Sep/2014
The Terry Fox Foundation has awarded $6.6 million to a team of researchers led by Drs. Bradly Wouters and Robert Bristow, both Senior Scientists at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
07/Sep/2014
Next generation fundraiser will consist of a 25 km walk and festival experience in Toronto and will enable each participant to raise money for a cancer fund of their choice at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
06/Sep/2014
North America’s largest multi-day walk for women’s cancers draws 3,100 participants and funds Personalized Cancer Medicine at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
03/Sep/2014
The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation (The PMCF) launched the 2014 edition of the Welcome Home Sweepstakes today in support of Personalized Cancer Medicine.
26/Aug/2014
Dr. Tak Mak from the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre was featured as one of The Globe and Mail's "Innovators at Work."  Learn more about the Innovative Mind of one of the most cited medical scientists in the world.  
 
 
20/Aug/2014
Over 100 teams and their supporters will gather at Ontario Place to take part in a dawn-to-dusk fundraising event, Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer (RHCC), in support of Princess Margaret Cancer Centre on September 27, 2014. One of these teams is ‘The Speedy Singhs’ inspired by the South Asian Canadian hockey-based movie ‘Breakaway’.
17/Aug/2014
Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer, taking place this year on Saturday, September 27 at Toronto’s Ontario Place, is a big, bold fundraising event helping the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre lead the way in Personalized Cancer Medicine.
13/Aug/2014
Each year of the 7 years the event has been running, the Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer has included more riders and raised more funds for critical cancer research initiatives at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. 
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