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There’s a story to be told at every stage of the cancer journey – from prevention, to diagnosis, to treatment, to life after or with cancer. Here, you’ll find real experiences from Canadians across the country and learn how your support is helping the Canadian Cancer Society make a difference. Experience stories that highlight the impact of groundbreaking cancer research, support programs and services, advocacy, healthy living and more.

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A thyroid cancer survivor shares her story to give hope to others

Diagnosed with thyroid cancer in her 30s, Tracey was inspired to share her story to help others going through similar experiences.

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Why this breast cancer survivor is giving back through the CIBC Run for the Cure

After her breast cancer diagnosis, Kim found support through our online community. Now, she joins the CIBC Run for the Cure to help others affected by cancer.

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Dianne's story: Navigating cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic

Faced with breast cancer twice, Dianne shares her experience as someone affected by cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Teens making a difference for Canadians affected by cancer

Meet 3 teenagers who are proof that you can help change the future of cancer at any age. Learn why they’re giving back through the Canadian Cancer Society.

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Research

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How 3 innovative breast cancer research projects are paving the way for new treatments

Learn about Canadian Cancer Society-funded breast cancer research projects using 3D printing, artificial intelligence and robotics to improve treatment options.

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“It gives us hope” – A blood cancer survivor shares how precision medicine is saving lives like his

Diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, the most commonly diagnosed blood cancer, David shares how precision medicine made a life-saving difference.

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 Aeson and his parents celebrates his last day of chemotherapy with former professional Canadian football quarterback, Travis Lulay

Aeson and the impact of cancer research

Shortly after Aeson’s first birthday, he was diagnosed with neuroblastoma. See how cancer research changed the course of his life. 

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Support and hope

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A prostate cancer survivor shares his story to help turn fear into hope

Diagnosed with prostate cancer at 55, Brian found support from the Canadian Cancer Society. Today, he encourages men to take control of their prostate health.

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5 ways to support a friend with cancer

Knowing how to support a friend with cancer may not always come easy. Here are some ideas on how you can show you care throughout their cancer journey.

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How an online community can help people with cancer cope

Our online community, CancerConnnection.ca, is there for people affected by cancer – like Wes. See how becoming a part of this community helped him cope with cancer.

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Taking action and making a difference

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3 young scientists championing cancer research across Canada

See how the Canadian Cancer Society raises awareness about cancer research with the help of young scientists on our Research Information Outreach Teams.

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How hockey impacted this coach when he faced a cancer diagnosis

A hockey coach shares how the sport and hockey community gave him hope and support throughout his cancer treatments after being diagnosed with colorectal cancer.

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10 ways to reduce your cancer risk

Find out how you can make changes to your everyday life that could reduce your cancer risk and help you live healthier.

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