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Join the LLSC as we (virtually) sit down with a group of ALL and AML survivors as they share their experiences with acute leukemia and the ways they not only survived but thrived.
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In this workshop you will be able to cook nutritious foods that nourish the body. Follow along with Robyn and Gail from Simply for Life who will be sharing recipes geared towards those living with, or recovering from a blood cancer, including foods that help boost energy and ensure you are getting all the right nutrients.
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Dr. Laveena Munshi discusses leukemia research advances and stem cell transplants for hematological malignancies.
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Dr. Mary Jane Esplen, Executive Director, Scientist, and Professor, de Souza Institute, University Health Network and University of Toronto discusses common survivorship issues and shares ways to cope and move forward.
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Explore the impact of a cancer diagnosis - both on the individual and family. Additionally, the non-medical implications following a diagnosis are addressed and further highlight the challenges in moving forward and finding a "new normal."
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Dr. Berman reviews some examples of successful zebrafish models of blood diseases and their future potential to inform and improve the outcome for patients with blood cancers. Dr. Berman is a pioneer in using the zebrafish model to study leukemia and other blood disorders. Remarkably, these small tropical fish have similar genetics and blood systems to…
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Get the information behind your regular blood tests, why you need to have them done and what they all mean in the context of your blood cancer diagnosis. Ever wonder what all of this bloodwork is for? What do all the numbers & abbreviations even mean? What information does it provide to your doctors & care team?
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Learn about the current state of knowledge on precision medicine and targeted therapies, and how they can improve a patient’s outcome, from Dr. Rob Laister, PhD, Principal Investigator, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
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Factsheet
This factsheet is for families whose 0-4 year old child is affected by a blood cancer. It promotes an active, safe, and adapted lifestyle during treatment.
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Factsheet
This factsheet for is for families whose 5-11 year old child is affected by a blood cancer. It promotes an active, safe, and adapted lifestyle during treatment.