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Our Promise is Progress

 

Thanks to you, the Alberta Cancer Foundation was able to invest $29.2 million last year to help push the pace of discovery and translate that knowledge into better, more effective ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer. You have helped identify approaches to help people lower their risk of developing cancer.

 

Thanks to you, the Alberta Cancer Foundation has been able to continue its rich history of funding innovation, delivering the highest-quality patient care and educating the next generation of bright minds.  From the creation of a comprehensive patient journal that helps ease the cancer journey for those 16,000 Albertans who hear the words, “you have cancer,” to the development of the world’s first MR-Linac machine that allows clinicians to deliver more precise radiation, you powered progress.


The people: You've helped people like Peter Fargey, Alyson Woloshyn and Leah Kirtio.

The leaders: Hear from Chief Executive Office, Myka Osinchuk and Board of Trustees Chair, John Osler.

The donors: A comprehensive list of you, our donors.

The dollars: In our commitment to transparency, our financial summaries are presented here.

The movement: Learn more about Alberta's cancer-free movement and what it means to those facing cancer today, tomorrow and forever.

 


 

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Tom Baker Cancer Centre, Calgary
Cross Cancer Institute,
  Edmonton
Associate Cancer Centres
Central Alberta Cancer Centre (Red Deer), Grande Prairie Cancer Centre, Jack Ady Cancer Centre (Lethbridge),
Margery E. Yuill Cancer Centre (Medicine Hat)

Community Cancer Centres
Barrhead, Bonnyville, Bow Valley, Camrose, Drayton Valley, Drumheller, High River, Hinton, Lloydminster, Fort McMurray, Peace River


For those facing cancer today, in honour of those lost to cancer and for generations to come, we promise progress.