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Ask a question, any question, and the experts at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre will give you an answer.
That's the premise of a new video series launched by The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.
Staff there have been chatting with people on University Avenue about some of the issues about cancer care that matter most to them. The videos feature experts such as Dr. Jonathan Irish, Head of Surgical Oncology, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre at UHN, and Dr. Toni Zhong, Head of Breast Reconstruction Services at UHN, among others.
Videos will be posted on Thursdays, several times a month, and distributed through social media, including YouTube, and the Foundation's website. It's one way to start a conversation with our community – both locally and globally – using a personalized approach to storytelling that is accessible, relevant and compelling.
Questions can be sent to
The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation or look for our team on the streets of Toronto.