Category Archives: Cancer

Remembering Max Keeping, Cancer Champion

By Paula Muldoon on October 2 / 2015

[ Cancer, Events, News ]

Today, I wish I had your way with words, dear friend. You were their master and at your command they reached out and grabbed our hearts.  And…

Lights! Camera! Cure! supporting Cancer Coaching

By Paula Muldoon on September 22 / 2015

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching, Events, Families ]

Cancer Coaching gave Jen support anD information when she needed it. Now Jen is giving back. Jen Mielke wasn’t worried the day she went for a…

No One Wants to Die, Alone

By Paula Muldoon on June 3 / 2015

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching, Caregivers ]

When I first heard of the cancer coaching program, I cried. I cried with relief. I cried that someone cares. I cried because someone took the initiative…

Cancer Champions Breakfast raises more than $303,000 for local cancer care

By Paula Muldoon on May 22 / 2015

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching, Events, News, Research ]

Cancer Champions Breakfast It’s 60 minutes that will change lives. On Wednesday, May 20th more than 400 guests gathered at…

Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation Celebrates Nurses Week

By Johanne Levesque on May 14 / 2015

[ Cancer, Caregivers, News ]

Cancer patient Millie Bourdeau and Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation VP of Survivorship Care Johanne Levesque present oncology nurse Sandra…

Thanks to our donors, “Ottawa scientists hail ‘viral strategy’ to fight pancreatic cancer”

By Paula Muldoon on April 20 / 2015

[ Cancer, News, Research ]

You may be aware that Pancreatic Cancer is one of the most devastating cancers. It is often diagnosed very late-stage and is considered a…

Busting a Move for Breast Health

By Paula Muldoon on April 10 / 2015

[ Cancer, Events, News, Nutrition, Recipes ]

WOW! What an incredible day! It was my absolute pleasure to get on the floor with our Bust a Move participants on Saturday, March 28 and I…

Talking to your children about your cancer diagnosis

By Aryeh Stegenga on March 3 / 2015

[ Cancer, Cancer Coaching, Caregivers, Families ]

A good strategy is to think about the most important message you want to communicate to your child and what you want them…