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The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation announced 3,555 participants raised more than $6.5 million at the annual Rexall OneWalk to Conquer Cancer in support of the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
Funds raised support personalized cancer medicine at the Princess Margaret, one of the top five cancer research centres in the world. "We are extremely grateful to the community of walkers, sponsors, donors, crew and volunteers for their dedication and support," said Paul Alofs, President and CEO of The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation. "We have been walking 14 years to conquer cancer, and our walkers have helped raise over $162 million for the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre."
To find out more about this weekend's walk, read the
full press release.
Many people came to cheer on the walkers, including (L to R) Dr. Chris Paige, EVP Research at UHN, Christine Lasky, Vice-President of Strategic Initiatives at TPMCF, Karen Adams, Senior Director, Strategic Initiatives at TPMCF, Dr. Rama Khokha and Dr. Pamela Ohashi. (Photo: TPMCF)