In This Issue
Fidler-Benaoudia is examining inequalities in health care and improving care for young cancer patients.
Cross Cancer Institute radiologist Dr. Susan Bates’ chocolate-making hobby has led to international acclaim.
The new Grande Prairie Cancer Centre brings high-quality care and innovative technology to more Albertans.
Donor generosity is supporting everything from world-class care and research to new equipment.
Move your workout from the suburban sidewalks to the majestic mountains.
Potatoes are a nutrition-packed vegetable with many lifestyle perks.
Dr. Huiming Yang, the medical director of screening programs with Alberta Health Services, explains the latest best practices for cancer screening.
Dr. Nicholas Mitchell, a medical director for addiction and mental health, shares advice on how to stay mentally healthy during stressful times.
Dr. Jose Monzon explains how clinical trial research that begins at Calgary’s Tom Baker Cancer Centre has the potential to impact cancer patients around the globe.
Jim Fiorentini shares his story of undergoing immunotherapy in a phase 2 clinical trial led by Dr. Monzon.
Dr. Randeep Sangha shares how the international reputation of the Cross Cancer Institute’s Clinical Trials Unit can mean life-changing opportunities for local patients.
Delores Zuk shares more about how her clinical trial experience improved her quality of life.
Investigator-initiated trials begin with researchers asking questions.
A machine with Alberta roots is making a significant impact on patient diagnoses and outcomes.
Cross Cancer Institute launches trial of first homegrown drug.
Grace Chantiam is focused on living for the now, a lesson she learned from her five-year-old son.
Dr. Gwyn Bebb uses precision oncology for maximum impact and minimum toxicity to his patients.
United Way supported vulnerable populations impacted during COVID-19.
The Jack Ady Cancer Centre radiation therapy manager has built a career around facilitating care, fostering a tight-knit team and solving problems.
Lorna and Roger Smith share their experience with brachytherapy, a cancer treatment that saved Lorna’s life.
Through regular donations, cancer survivor Laurel Baley helps support Alberta cancer patients in a big way.
:Opening in 2023, the Calgary Cancer Centre will be a hub for health care, science and research, boosting the quality of cancer treatment while bringing economic returns.