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Dr. Ivan Landego presenting on CAR T therapy.
More than 72 people impacted by blood cancer came together from across Manitoba to learn more about blood cancer from medical experts, and to connect with each other over brunch at a downtown Winnipeg hotel.
A picture of Ollie smiling while sitting in his bed room. The following is overlayed: "You can make a difference in a life affected by a blood cancer. Quintuple your impact today!"
Help change the blood cancer experience today!
A Discussion Panel with (from left to right) Dr Kekre, Phil Nguyen, Joy Rashid, Christine Sutherland, Jani Lamarche
More than 70 people impacted by blood cancer attended an event in Ottawa on Wednesday, May 8th, 2024 at the Canada Science and Technology Museum.
A picture of an individual with the following text : "Untreated depression or anxiety doesn't go into remission. #cancerandmentalhealth"
Did you know that people affected by cancer experience at least double the prevalence of depression and anxiety than in the general population?* That’s not just at diagnosis or during cancer treatment. Even years after treatment, you or your loved one may struggle with cancer-related mental health challenges.
Text that reads "Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal / Revue canadienne de soin infirmiers en oncologie"
What an honour to be invited to publish in the Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal, and how exciting to see it in print in the Spring 2024 edition!
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