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The Canadian Cancer Society was proud to present daffodil bouquets to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, and Mrs. Sharon Johnston. Presentations were made by Pranay Agrawal, 7, and Melvic Affi, 8, both at different treatment milestones for acute lymphoblastic leukemia, in honour of Daffodil Month.

Ray Ellis

Because of smoke inhalation and exposure to toxic chemicals, I live with the fear of cancer virtually every day.

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Tyler Cook

This research saved my life and my sister’s life. Without it, stomach cancer would have wiped out most of our family.

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Rosemary Pedler

After seeing a Canadian Cancer Society call for volunteers in a newspaper, Rosemary knew that this was her opportunity to get started.

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Paul Newcombe

Volunteering during Daffodil Month is an incredibly rewarding experience, whether you have been touched by cancer or not.

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David Rex

I was staying in St. John’s all by my lonesome because my wife was too sick to travel with me. Daffodil Place was my lifeline.

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Lisa Hamel

I’m living proof that one can lead a normal life after cancer.

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Tuli Chowdhury

I would encourage everyone to volunteer for the Canadian Cancer Society, especially young people.

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Stephanie Hermsen

Thanks to the incredible progress in retinoblastoma research made possible by Canadian Cancer Society funding, my son won’t have to go through what I did.

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Donna Blundon

It is funny how one of the darkest times in your life can be one of the best times in your life, and it was all because of Daffodil Place.

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Hannah

What helped is being able to visit Camp Goodtimes together as a family.

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Dave McKeage

Within about 12 hours of being at Camp Goodtime, everything started to change, and that week was cathartic, transformative. It was the first time I got to know myself.

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Nikki Ross

Volunteering during Daffodil Month is a fun way to show your support.

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Morgan Smith

Even though we are high school students, we were able to raise so much money for the Canadian Cancer Society. It just goes to show what can happen when a small group of people come together for a great cause.

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