2017 BRIGHT RUN

Join BRIGHT RUN on September 9 to support local breast cancer research at Juravinski Cancer Centre!
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Francis Asis

Young Father No Longer Afraid of Tomorrow

What started as a carefree family vacation for 32-year-old Francis Asis of Milton turned into the fight of his life. Read more

The new grossing station

New Station Shortens Diagnostic Time

A new donor-funded grossing station is enabling the Anatomical Pathology department at Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre to study tissue samples with shorter turnaround times than ever before. Read more

Climb for Cancer 2017

Climb for Cancer Celebrates Success

The 11th annual Climb for Cancer on May 13 was a tremendous success, with over 1,500 participants and nearly 105 teams “stepping in front of cancer” to raise more than $168,000 in support of the Tomorrow Stems From You™ campaign. Read more

Crumbuns Bakeshop Cafe

Delicious Philanthropy

A warm welcome to Crumbuns Bakeshop Cafe, the newest member of the Care4 cause marketing family. Read more

2017 Hamilton Marathon

Go the Distance & Help Transform Health Care!

Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation is asking you to “go the distance” for patients at St. Peter’s Hospital, McMaster Children’s Hospital, Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre and Hamilton General Hospital at the Hamilton Marathon Road2Hope on Saturday, November 4 and Sunday, November 5, 2017. You have the power to transform health care!

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Working Toward a Brighter Tomorrow

A large unexplained bruise on her leg was the first sign of something being terribly wrong. When Dorothy Vernon-Brown of Mississauga visited a walk-in clinic to have the bruise examined, she received the shock of her life. The blood tests revealed that she had cancer. Read more

A True Survivor

Lolla Ivascu of Hamilton has survived both cancer and a stroke, but she has never lost her determination to experience life to its fullest. Read more

When Every Second Counts

Each passing moment can mean the difference between life and death. Read more

Family Ambassadors are Relaying for Life

Alan Bowler from Ancaster had no symptoms, nor any other indication that his life was going to change drastically. Read more