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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.
Dr. Igor Jurisica, Senior Scientist at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, has announced exciting news about his gene signature analysis project.  
With the incredible success of the 2014 Joe’s Team triathlon/duathlon on Saturday, July 5, raising $1.3 million, the event has now raised the $10-million needed to establish the Joe Finley Centre for Head and Neck Cancer Research at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, one of the top 5 cancer research centres in the world.
Our Billion Dollar Challenge has enabled Princess Margaret Cancer Centre to build expertise in new areas including epigenetics, immune therapy, clinical genomics and computational biology
Princess Margaret Cancer Centre will be the academic hub for the newly-formed Global Institute for Psychosocial, Palliative and End-of-Life Care
Leading a global institute for end-of-life care
September 28, 1972: a date permanently etched in the memories of hockey fans, for it was on that date that Paul Henderson scored the winning goal for Canada to defeat the Soviet Union in the immortalized Summit Series! Few will ever forget Foster Hewitt’s historic call: “Henderson scores for Canada!”
The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation (The PMCF) surpassed their goal for the second annual Journey to Conquer Cancer – Run or Walk and raised $1.2 million on Sunday, June 22, 2014, making it our most successful Run or Walk yet.
“My career has been very eclectic, and to be recognized by my peers and colleagues is extremely meaningful, throughout my career and my roles as clinician, researcher, teacher, administrator and leader, I have focused on promoting radiation therapy as an integral tool for treating cancer patients worldwide.”
The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation, together with presenting sponsor Harry Rosen Inc., yesterday held the first annual Golf to Conquer Cancer, and proudly announced that over $800,000 had been raised.
Inaugural Golf Event to Provide Support for Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
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