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Colorectal Cancer

On The Future of Colorectal Cancer in Canada

After being diagnosed with colorectal cancer in 1995, Barry Stein devoted his career to supporting future patients by forming what is now Colorectal Cancer Canada.  Colorectal cancer can be...

Colorectal Cancer

Prevention, Education and Advocacy: An Interview with the President of Colorectal Cancer Canada

When Barry Stein was 40 years old, doctors diagnosed him with colorectal cancer that had metastasized to his liver and subsequently to his lungs. He was told he should get his affairs in order, as he...

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Rheumatoid Arthritis

Living with rheumatoid arthritis: Sadiq’s story

Many think of arthritis as a condition that affects only the elderly. However, about three in 1,000 Canadian children are diagnosed with the disease.  When Sadiq was only six years old, he was...

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Colorectal Cancer

Living with colorectal cancer: Mark’s story

A colorectal cancer diagnosis can feel like your world has stopped, but there’s hope. With improved diagnosis and treatments, the survival rate for colorectal cancer is higher than ever...

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Multiple Myeloma

Multiple Myeloma: Ljubica’s Story

At 67, Ljubica was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. With three children and nine grandchildren, she has a lot to live for. So finding a treatment plan to manage the cancer and allow her to enjoy her...

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Multiple Myeloma

Living with terminal cancer

This is the story of identical twins – Paul and Peter. After Peter received a terminal diagnosis of multiple myeloma, survival and quality of life were the top priorities. [totalpoll...

Multiple Myeloma

The Past, Present and Future of Myeloma Canada: An Interview with Aldo Del Col

Sadly, Aldo Del Col passed away on August 6, 2019 due to unforeseen complications related to multiple myeloma. Aldo will be remembered for his trailblazing work with Myeloma Canada, raising...

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