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APCaRI members participate in the 2016 CCI Golf Classic

Members of the APCaRI team felt very fortunate yesterday to participate in the Alberta Cancer Foundation’s 28th Annual Cross Cancer Institute Golf Classic – a wonderful event that has raised more than $12 million to pioneer revolutionary projects in support of patients at Alberta’s own Cross Cancer Institute and beyond.

Over the past 27 years, the Cross Cancer Institute Golf Classic has funded leading edge research, treatment and patient care programs at the Cross Cancer Institute. In 2016, the Alberta Cancer Foundation embarked on a new investment that will bring together the brightest minds in colorectal cancer research to increase survival rates and improve quality of life for colorectal patients across the province.

Heartfelt thanks to the amazing volunteers, the organizing committee, the Alberta Cancer Foundation, and all of the participants!

 

 

 

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Together we are improving prostate cancer diagnostic and treatment options

We have an update on our moustaches for Movember (It’s Movember time to grow a mo for a bro!) and we coordinated our plaid (for Dad) at the same time! Hopefully, your Movember was as successful. APCaRI wants to send a thank you to Movember and Prostate Cancer Canada for their Men’s Health Awareness Drives. How else can we get our moustaches AND plaid on at the same time!
In the spirit of gratitude, APCaRI also recognizes our research staff for their hard work and dedication to improving prostate cancer care and future outcomes AND the nurses, oncologists, and urologists who work every day to help the men and their families touched by prostate cancer. Please know that your devotion to the patients and their treatment needs is greatly appreciated.

- Perrin Beatty