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  • Plaid for Dad
  • Entering its fourth year, Plaid for Dad is once again supported by personalities like Will and Grace and Travelers star Eric McCormack, suit aficionado and Hockey Night in Canada co-host Don Cherry, Chopped: Canada 's Chef Massimo Capra, Seinfeld 's John O'Hurley, actress Michelle Clunie from Queer as Folk and actor Pooch Hall from Ray Donovan . (prostatecancer.ca)
  • Through the support of the HBC Foundation, Canadians can pick up their new plaid wear with four limited-edition Black Brown 2816 plaid shirt designs, or specially marked Plaid for Dad Jockey boxer short packs at HBC, the Official Retail Partner of Plaid for Dad. (prostatecancer.ca)
  • Toronto
  • Ovarian Cancer Canada has named Dr. Steven Narod, a Toronto researcher and a world leader in the field of hereditary ovarian and breast cancer, as the recipient of the 2014 Karen Campbell National Award for Research Excellence. (ovariancanada.org)
  • A professor at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto - with cross appointments in the departments of medicine, surgery, pathology, and obstetrics and gynecology - in 2012, Dr. Narod was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. (ovariancanada.org)
  • To kick off the campaign, ADDITION ELLE will be hosting an in-store event at the Toronto flagship location (181 Yonge St) on June 1st with model, ovarian cancer advocate and face of the BRAve campaign, Elly Mayday. (ovariancanada.org)
  • mutations
  • Identifying these mutations can be helpful to a woman's future treatment, and can also give her family members the opportunity to pursue testing themselves and determine if their own cancer risk is elevated. (ovariancanada.org)
  • Dr. Dawson's research is focused on cancer prevention in women with certain gene mutations. (ovariancanada.org)
  • The first webinar of the series demystifies genetics and further examines how gene mutations can impact a person's risk for developing cancer. (ovariancanada.org)
  • Women who inherit mutations to either their BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene are at increased risk for both ovarian and breast cancer . (ovariancanada.org)
  • We obtained the results approximately two weeks ago that mom tested negative for the nine most common gene [mutations] linked to ovarian cancer," says Ms. Bowness. (ovariancanada.org)
  • year
  • Mr. Standing's Aunt Lynn Standing-Whiten died a year ago of ovarian cancer. (ovariancanada.org)
  • When we found out she had ovarian cancer, we looked at each other and knew that we could either scream and holler and bang our fists, or we could focus on the future, whether it was a day or a month or a year," says Ronita. (ovariancanada.org)
  • I had never met anyone else living with ovarian cancer, until I attended the Walk," says Wanda (Rathgeber) Briggs of her experience last year. (ovariancanada.org)
  • In an effort to take positive action, Ms. Bowness and her younger sister Jillian Forbes have banded together to organize the Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope in Charlottetown this year. (ovariancanada.org)
  • genetic
  • On March 8, the House of Commons voted to pass Bill S-201 (the Genetic Non-Discrimination Act), which followed an extensive effort on the part of Ovarian Cancer Canada and its community. (ovariancanada.org)
  • In fact, the Genetic Non-Discrimination Act may still be referred to the Supreme Court of Canada to determine whether it should fall under federal or provincial and territorial jurisdiction. (ovariancanada.org)
  • raise
  • Official "Sharing is Caring Partner" EQ Bank donates $1 for every photo shared, up to $50,000 - an easy way for Canadians to raise money to protect dad. (prostatecancer.ca)