As one of the top 5 cancer research centres in the world, we’re often asked: Why is Princess Margaret Cancer Centre a world leader? One key reason is that our scientists and researchers never stop asking why…
This ‘Why gene’ that our team possesses in abundance has already helped to build The Princess Margaret’s rich history of discovery and innovation. But there is much more work to be done. Please support our researchers in their quest for the answers.DONATE
40% of Canadians are expected to develop cancer in their lifetimes. As the leading cause of death in Canada, this affects us all.
Cancer remains an extremely complex set of diseases, able to adapt to changing conditions. Yet, due to the remarkable achievements of cancer researchers worldwide—including The Princess Margaret—there is more hope than ever before. Every day, our world-leading scientists and clinicians are collaborating to seek new innovative approaches to understanding and treating cancer. If you ask them who is your why, they will tell you that they are working to improve outcomes for all current and future cancer patients.
Chances are you or someone you know has been touched by cancer. So, #whoisyourwhy? Why do you want to help us conquer cancer in our lifetime?
Share your stories, listen to others and learn more about the incredible cancer research being done at The Princess Margaret. Join the community using the hashtag #whoisyourwhy. Why do you want to help us conquer cancer in our lifetime?
Why drives everything we do. From Dr.Tak Mak’s discovery of the “Holy Grail of immunology,” the T-cell receptor, to leading the way in Personalized Cancer Medicine, why drives us every day.
Pursuing why requires your support. Help us transform lives with breakthrough cancer research and new therapies. Research dollars will expedite the translation of scientific innovation into improved patient care.
With your help, we will continue to lead the way as one of the top 5 cancer research centres in the world. Together, we will conquer cancer in our lifetime.Donate today
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