Monthly Archives: October 2003

Dr. Lucy Gilbert, a gynecological oncologist at the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), is part of an international clinical team that is testing a...

Music soothes the troubled spirit. This simple truth, familiar to us all, is what drove Wellspring, a network of cancer support centres, to commission...

Thirteen months ago, Ruth Rogers was given less than a year to live. Living with advanced stage colon cancer, Ruth had exhausted all standard...

Sitting in the dentist chair may make some uneasy, but regular dental appointments can be a lifesaver. Just ask Noreen Crifo, who is here...

More than 18,000 Canadian men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year - 4,300 will die from it. "When it comes to health, men...

New data presented at a major international breast cancer conference1 indicate that post-menopausal women with early breast cancer who have their adjuvant therapy changed...

A great deal of interesting and exciting news concerning a study about prostate cancer prevention has recently been made public. Results from the...

Josh McGonegal is a fifteen-year-old cancer patient at McMaster Children's Hospital and the Hamilton Regional Cancer Centre. He has recently completed his cancer treatments...

The Breast of Canada (BoC) calendar was created as an awareness-raising, educational tool for women. Now in its third year of publication, the 2004...

In the world of Oncology, where pain, fear, anxiety and loneliness loom large, one of the commonly accepted modalities currently used in health-care institutions...