Forgetting cancer for a flight

Dayven Hamilton, age 8, was operated on after being diagnosed with Grade 4 Brain Glioblastoma. On Saturday, he was able to take a floatplane flight as part of the other, whose 7th edition was for the benefit of the Charles-Bruneau Foundation. There was emotion in the air Saturday in Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, near Quebec City. Fifteen children with […]

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“Mr. 3%” died before being judged

One of the key players in collusion in Montreal was suffering from cancer Bernard Trépanier, aka “Monsieur 3%”, had been accused in court of fraud. We see him here at the Montreal courthouse in 2016. One of the central actors in the collusion scandals alleged in Montreal and colorful witness of the Charbonneau commission died Tuesday […]

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FedEx Uses Blockchain in Cancer Drug Distribution

Global companies recognizing the potential of Blockchain technology are still few. The FedEx Institute of Technology has been part of it since its announcement – that the large distributed registry had “big implications” on the supply chain – at the 2018 Consensus Conference in New York. The company believes that it is time to consider the integration […]

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Dan Bigras is completely cured of his cancer

Singer Dan Bigras made the happiness of his fans by announcing Monday night that he is now completely cured of his colorectal cancer. “I am in shock. A happy shock but a shock anyway. Today I met my oncologist and I had the result of my scans. More cancer, more metastasis. Finished, terminado, “he exclaimed in a publication on […]

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A cancerous mayor wants to cure without pills

Stephan Lavoie holds in his right hand a concoction that contains aloe, chlorophyll, powdered wheat, seaweed and unpasteurized apple juice. He holds another health juice in his left hand. A mayor of Abitibi refused chemotherapy in December when doctors told him that his cancer was incurable. He has turned to natural methods and will know within a […]

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Cancer: in pursuit of circulating tumor cells

Tomorrow, in Montpellier, the world’s best experts will come together to advance research and improve the personalization of treatments. Catherine Alix-Panabières is experiencing her last hours of stress. Because tomorrow will open in Montpellier the 11th international symposium “On Minimal Residual Cancer” , so a congress on the various aspects of the cancerous disease. The responsible dynamics of the Laboratory Rare […]

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