Our stories

The Campbell Family Cancer Research Institute has many world leading researchers all focused on unlocking the keys to a wide range of cancers and searching for tomorrow’s new therapies and cures. Here are some of our stories.

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  Dr. Tak Mak
Director, The Campbell Family Institute for Breast Cancer Research
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  Dr. Mary Gospodarowicz
Medical Director, Cancer Program Princess Margaret Hospital/UHN
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  Dr. Frances Shepherd
Senior Staff Physician and Site Group Leader, Lung Cancer
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  Dr. John Dick
Senior Scientist, Cancer Stem Cells
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  Dr. David Jaffray
Head, Radiation Physics Department The Princess Margaret
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  Dr. Robert Bristow
Senior Scientist, Prostate Cancer
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  Dr. Mark Minden
Leukemia Specialist
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  Dr. Igor Jurisica
Computational Biologist
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  Global Leadership
Campbell Family Researchers Awarded $30M for Genetic Research
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  We are at a "tipping point"
Every patient is unique. Every patient's cancer is different. So it follows that individualized treatment will get the best results.
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  Have a say in cancer research
Connecting investors directly with cutting edge scientists is an exciting idea, and is exactly what Invest in Research does.
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  Progress on a little known cancer
Mesothelioma is a devastating cancer. It affects the protective lining that covers many of the internal organs of the body.
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  Finding potential leukemia drugs that may be hiding in plain sight

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  Dr. Fei-Fei Liu Believes It
“With Personalized Cancer Medicine…it is equally important to know when NOT to give the treatment”
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  The Jesse and Julie Rasch Foundation make a commitment to transform radiation treatment at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

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  She was the ’linchpin’ of our group
 
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  First in Canada: Princess Margaret Pharmacy Welcomes its first Robot
 
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  Radiation before surgery more than doubles mesothelioma survival: UHN study
Radiation before surgery more than doubles mesothelioma survival: UHN study
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  New global institute in Toronto will boost research on life-threatening disease and palliative care
A new institute at University Health Network (UHN) and the University of Toronto (U of T) will drive research into a controversial and neglected area of medicine: care for patients with life-threatening or terminal disease.
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