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Cancer is evolving and so is the way we treat it. Our progress depends on you.

The Brachytherapy Chair and their program represents the future of cancer care in the Interior and beyond. This initiative will support a new era of excellence in cancer research led by a world-renowned expert in brachytherapy research and treatment.

Under this new leadership, and with donor support, the enhanced brachytherapy program will generate world-leading knowledge to bring more effective therapies from the lab into the clinic to change cancer outcomes in the Interior and across BC.

We are so close to reaching our goal. Make your gift today to help us achieve this BC Cancer milestone.

Members of the Interior community stepped forward to launch this exciting campaign by raising an incredible $1.9 million! These local donors include: Anita Finlay, the Jacobs Family, Dorothy Mills, the James Mills Memorial Fund, Gary Parmar, Jim and Laverne Popowich and the Sargent Family Foundation.

We are the fundraising partner of BC Cancer. Every dollar we raise stays right here at BC Cancer to advance research and enhance care for the people of B.C.

At the BC Cancer Foundation we believe that with your help BC CAN make a difference in the lives of all British Columbians. We know that one in two people in our province will face cancer in their lifetime and we're igniting progress to break down cancer, piece by piece, in the labs and clinics.

By working with people like you, who believe that investments in science and enhancements to care can make a significant difference for British Columbians, we are confident that BC CAN change the outcome for each person facing this disease.

The BC Cancer Foundation is the bridge that connects philanthropic support and research breakthroughs in cancer. As the fundraising partner of BC Cancer, and the largest charitable funder of cancer research in this province, they enable donors to make contributions to leading-edge research that has a direct impact on improvements to cancer care for patients in B.C.

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