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Sometimes when writing a blog that you know people you know will read, it can be hard to say everything that you would like to. Over the last few years I have written in this blog which was initially private, or at least private to anyone that knew me. 540 more words


Miracle Weekend: Brooke’s story

WATCH (above): Find out how your donations to the Miracle Weekend helped Brooke and her family. The Miracle Weekend runs May 30 and 31.

Brooke had a plan, to go to school, have a career, get married and have kids. 330 more words


Forecast spike in Alberta cancer cases renews calls for new treatment centre

In light of a new report that shows Alberta is bracing for a dramatic boom in new cancer patients over the next 15 years, advocates say it underscores the desperate need for a new treatment facility in Calgary. 392 more words

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A few small improvements

Hello again.

I’m sorry for the long delay between posts, but life has been rather hectic of late. My job has become busier than ever, and there have been lots of happenings at home. 261 more words


Cure Your Child's Cancer - What the hell are you waiting for?

I was introduced to the story of Run From The Cure almost 7 years ago now. It lives within me, and any time I hear of a new family being stricken with the disease, I open my mouth and out comes all the information I have to share. 750 more words


Disease favouritism

Last year my friend genuinely suggested that the theme for my party should be ‘doctors and diseases’ – he actually suggested how he could dress up as his favourite disease. 366 more words

High school students sacrifice senior trip to help teacher battling cancer

A group of high school seniors found out their principal is facing a rare, aggressive form of cancer, so they decided to do something to help her. 160 more words