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Spotlight on Dr. Houda Bahig
2 August 2023
Congratulations to Dr. Houda Bahig, Research Fellow at the Montreal Cancer Institute, on receiving a grant from the Marathon of […]
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The Institute’s fundraising events are the result of a great collaboration between our partners and donors, campaign firms, researchers and their teams, thus reflecting the dynamism of our foundation. Each event has its own signature, both in the theme and in the funded research project. They are the meeting point of hundreds of people who join forces to bring together a cause that touches us all: cancer research.
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15 October 2023
Parc La Fontaine
Dr. Normand Blais is a hemato-oncologist, member of the CHUM thoracic oncology team and researcher at the Institut du cancer de Montréal. Dr. Blais decided to combine the useful with the pleasant by organizing a race in La Fontaine Park, in collaboration with the Institute, which organizes the activity and manages the donations.
The Institut du cancer de Montréal
Driven by its values of commitment, collaboration, integrity, excellence and entrepreneurship, the Montreal Cancer Institute’s vision is to empower researchers in the Cancer axis of the CRCHUM today. today and tomorrow, to conquer cancer. With its affiliations with the CHUM and the University of Montreal, it enjoys an enviable position in the scientific, medical and business community of Quebec and beyond.
The Institute is structured around four specific and interrelated themes, each theme being linked to our own strengths. All of these themes are highly dependent on the rich tissue biobanks and clinical information that we host through the generosity and dedication of cancer patients.
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A major and planned donation provides essential financial support for the advancement of research. In addition, it concretely supports research that contributes significantly to developing treatments and maintaining the hope of a cure. Ultimately, it improves the well-being of people with this disease.
Because every gesture counts! The Montreal Cancer Institute has a volunteer program that allows everyone to volunteer their time in addition to using their skills. Volunteering for our foundation also means participating in advancing research and helping to find new treatments for cancer. Whether it is to welcome our major donors or to share your know-how, come and help us support our mission. Volunteers are at the very heart of our success!