In a perfect world it would never affect your friends. Your family. Your loved ones. In a perfect world you’d never think about cancer.
Thankfully researchers at Canadian universities are making today’s research into tomorrow’s reality. They are designing therapies that will attack the root of inoperable brain cancer. They are creating isotopes that not only see inside the disease, but also deliver treatment specifically to affected cells. They are working directly with patients to implement new stem cell therapies firsthand.
Canadian researchers are making lives better. Come meet them!
Watch their video interviews:
- Patrick Gunning at the University of Toronto
- Sheila Singh at McMaster University
- John Valliant at McMaster University