Our UHN programs and services are among the most advanced in the world. We have grouped our physicians, staff, services and resources into 10 medical programs to meet the needs of our patients and help us make the most of our resources.
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A. Keith Stewart, MB.ChB, MBA, FRCPC
VP Cancer & Medical Director Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Aaron D. Schimmer, MD, PhD, FRCPC
Research Director Princess Margaret Research Institute
However, what it did not change was the continuing growth in new cancer cases, and our relentless determination to advance treatment by understanding cancer at the most minute molecular level, by giving comfort and confidence to our patients, and to each other in this, one of the most challenging times of this century.
Throughout this difficult time, everyone in our cancer program delivered the best care for our patients, consistently putting the needs of our patients first and quickly initiating new virtual ways to communicate with them and their caregivers so that their care could continue with as few interruptions as possible.
Although COVID-19 hampered some of the bold initiatives in our strategic plan, much progress has been made:
Despite the restrictions imposed by COVID-19, our researchers continued to push the boundaries of science in the laboratory, publish in high-impact journals, and win awards from all the major funding agencies in Canada. Some of our major achievements include:
We would like to especially acknowledge the role of The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation in its immense philanthropic efforts that help make our programs, research and bold innovation agenda possible. We thank our donors, granting agencies, sponsors, and supporters for their continued patronage despite the many challenges posed by the pandemic.
And finally, our immense gratitude to our staff, volunteers, and learners, many from across the globe, for their commitment and resilience in the face of the ongoing pandemic.
We are heartened by all of your enormous efforts and visible determination to roll up your sleeves to take on the additional demands required by our ever-expanding COVID-19 activities. Your unflagging work and optimism continues to make a major difference to our patients, their families, and our colleagues.
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Princess Margaret Cancer Centre Annual Reports