Look Good Feel Better™ is a national public service program dedicated to helping Canadian women living with cancer learn special cosmetic techniques and hair alternatives to manage the appearance-related side effects of cancer and its treatment.
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Based locally in Vancouver, BC, InspireHealth integrates the concepts of health into cancer treatment and recovery. By engaging in your own health through ways to support optimal immune system function while undergoing cancer treatment, you improve the quaility of your life, decrease the risk of relapse and increase your chance of survival.
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Callanish Society is a Vancouver-based organization that provides retreats and support programs for people living with cancer and their families. Their goal is for participants to create greater fearlessness and more personal clarity around illness, loss and death.
The Vancouver Friends for Life Society is a wellness centre offering integrative therapies to people with life-threatening illnesses such as cancer, HIV, ALS, CF. The Society offers Yoga, Naturopathic Medicine, Massage Therapy, social programs and much more. Their programs empower members to take a more active role in their wellness journey.
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Genesis Fertility Centre (offices in Vancouver and Surrey, BC) is one of the largest IVF programs in Canada. They have been at the forefront of preproductive medicine since 1995. Genesis Fertility Centre offers patients a unique blend of patient-centred care and state-of-the-art reproductive technology.
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Many organizations raise money for research into an eventual cure. The Bruce Denniston Society raises money for patients who need help NOW. Since 1998, the Society has provided supplementary funding to the Canadian Unrelated Bone Marrow Donor Registry (UBMDR). The money has been used for lab equipment, donor recruitment and bone marrow typing, allowing the UBMDR to expand its life-saving work.
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