Philanthropists Charles and Margaret Juravinski have made a new gift of $3.3 million to accelerate COVID-19-related and brain health research in Hamilton.
Hamilton philanthropists Charles and Margaret Juravinski announced an immediate gift of $3.3 million to help fund urgent research projects. This is their letter to the community.
The seizures came without warning one day in September 2019. An MRI scan led to a devastating diagnosis of glioblastoma – a type of brain cancer.
The CIBC Breast Assessment Centre has a high-risk screening program for individuals with a significantly increased risk of breast cancer.
After a month of intense chemotherapy, Rebecca’s cancer was in remission. However, since the leukemia had a high probability of returning, she was transferred to Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre for a stem cell transplant.
Many donors have deeply personal reasons for supporting the Tomorrow Stems From You® campaign. Tony Gatto and his family are prime examples.
Jessica Durka thought she had tonsillitis. She was shocked when testing revealed she had cancer.
Testicular cancer is the most common type of solid tumour in men between the ages of 15 and 40, yet many men feel embarrassed to seek medical attention.
Proceeds from the inaugural Illuminight fundraiser enabled the creation of a mental health program for cancer patients and their families.
In 2019, the CIBC Breast Assessment Centre celebrated five years of being the most comprehensive assessment facility of its type in the region.