Members List

info@accueil-serenite.org 101, Rue Principale Sainte-Claire (Bellechasse), Québec, G0R 2V0

Mission: Répondre au besoin d’accompagnement des personnes vivant un épisode de cancer de la région de Bellechasse, et devenir concrètement un lieu de vie où les personnes peuvent échanger et discuter. 

info@aceq.org 151 Avenue Saint-Louis, Rimouski, QC G5L 5R2

Mission: Humaniser les services aux personnes atteintes de cancer et leurs proches, sensibiliser la population aux risques de la maladie et supporter la lutte contre le cancer.

info@poumonquebec.ca 6070 Rue Sherbrooke E #104, Montréal, QC H1N 1C1

L'Association pulmonaire du Québec est un organisme sans but lucratif qui intervient dans le domaine de la santé respiratoire. Membre de l'Association pulmonaire du Canada, de l'American Lung Association, de l'Union internationale contre la tuberculose et les maladies respiratoires de même que de l'Organisation mondiale de la santé, l'Association pulmonaire a toujours été liée intimement au combat de tous les instants qu'a mené la science contre la tuberculose.

info@aqsp.org Association québécoise de soins palliatifs (AQSP) C.P. 321, succursale Bureau-chef Granby (Québec) J2G 8E5

Notre objectif, inspiré de notre mission, notre vision et nos valeurs, est d’exercer pleinement notre rôle de plaque tournante pour tout ce qui touche les soins palliatifs et les soins de fin de vie au Québec.

aqepp@hotmail.com 8440, boul. Lacordaire CP 91502 Bureau de poste Robert Saint-Léonard (Québec) H1R 3X2

La Mission de l’AQEPP est de promouvoir les services d’ergothérapie dans le secteur privé et de dispenser des services et un support aux membres.

info@aqro.ca 56, rue Saint-Augustin Sorel-Tracy, QC J3P 2T8

L'association québécoise des registraires en oncologie (AQRO) est une organisation sans but lucratif qui regroupe, depuis le 8 octobre 2002, des professionnels intéressés ou impliqués dans la gestion de l'information en oncologie. L'un de ses principaux mandats est d'organiser des programmes de formation professionnelle continue afin de rehausser le niveau de connaissances et la performance des personnes impliquées dans la gestion des données reliées au cancer.

aql@infolympho.ca C.P. 152 Succursale Bureau-Chef St-Hyacinthe (QC) J2S7B4

L'Association Québécoise du Lymphoedème (AQL) est une organisation à but non lucratif fondée en 1999 pour l'éducation et l'orientation des patients atteints du lymphoedème, des professionnels de la santé et du grand public. L’Association compte parmi ses membres des personnes atteintes du lymphoedème, leur famille, leurs amis et des professionnels de la santé.
L'Association québécoise du lymphoedème fournit soutien, d'éducation et de sensibilisation pour les personnes vivant avec le lymphoedème, leurs familles, amis et de professionnels de soins de santé. Nous informer et éduquer sur le lymphoedème et ses causes, la réduction des risques et les traitements de cette maladie chronique, et encourager la recherche scientifique menant à une guérison.

info@biocanrx.com Box 611, 501 Smyth Road Ottawa, ON K1H 8L6

BioCanRx, Canada’s Immunotherapy Network, is a network of scientists, clinicians, cancer stakeholders, academic institutions, NGOs and industry partners working together to accelerate the development of leading edge immune oncology therapies for the benefit of patients. BioCanRx is becoming a world-leader in the translation, manufacture and adoption of cancer immunotherapies. Through an innovative, collaborative research funding process, BioCanRx invests in translating Canadian technologies from the lab into early phase clinical trials, and addresses socio-economic considerations necessary for their adoption by health-care systems. The network is committed to training and developing the talent needed for a thriving health biotechnology sector in Canada.

info@bladdercancercanada.org 4936 Yonge Street Bureau 1000 Toronto, ON M2N 6S3

Bladder Cancer Canada is a national charity organized to help bladder cancer patients and their support teams address the day-to-day issues of this disease, increase awareness of bladder cancer among the general public and medical community and fund research which pursues the diagnosis, treatment and elimination of bladder cancer.

braintumour@braintumour.ca 550, rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Tour Est, Bureau 1010 Montreal, QC, Canada

Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada is a national, not-for-profit organization dedicated to reaching every Canadian affected by a brain tumour through support, education, information and research.

info@centrec3i.com 5415 de l'Assomption Pavillion Rachel-Tourigny Bureau RT-02161 Montreal, Quebec H1T 2M4

C3i will be a Canada’s premiere entity for cancer immunotherapies as part of a global strategy aimed at winning the war against cancer. C3i will implement or offer to the industry or the academia, a unique continuum from discovery to late stage clinical testing, along with the principles of a “One Stop Shop”, towards the following objectives:

- Provide an efficient, integrated entity aimed at the development of CI that will be competitive on the global market.
- Optimize the time and cost of development of technologies related to CI through
(i) novel technologies that will reduce cost of cellular production,
(ii) using or offering multicentric network oriented deployment of clinical trials, and
(iii) applying Lean Management principles to all relevant processes and/or activities.
- Maximise the chances of success of development – and eventual commercialization – of technologies in the field of CI by
(i) optimizing the selection of candidate products through the development of a novel in vivo preclinical method to evaluate the comparative efficacy of different treatments or combinations thereof in different cancer types relevant to CI,
(ii) the integration of medical key opinion leaders from the beginning of, and throughout the process, and (iii) the early identification of potential reimbursement hurdles with real lifedata.
- Extend and expand Canadian-based research in CI by initiating national developments as well as providing expertise and a cost-effective infrastructure that will be competitive on the global scene.

cbcn@cbcn.ca 331, rue Cooper, suite 602 Ottawa, ON K2P 0G5

The Voice of Canadians with Breast Cancer

We strive to voice the views and concerns of breast cancer patients through education, advocacy activities, and the promotion of information sharing.

info@survivornet.ca 1750 Courtwood Crescent, Suite 210 Ottawa, Ontario K2C 2B5 Canada

Mission

To promote health by conducting educational activities for cancer patients, caregivers, and survivors on the physical and financial impacts, and other relevant topics, associated with managing cancer.

To promote health by providing individuals living with and survivors of cancer, and their caregivers, with access to related counselling, information, or support group programs.

To advance education by organizing and participating in conferences and speaking engagements to the public on topics related to cancer.

To advance education by conducting research on cancer patients’ and survivors’ physical, emotional, and financial well-being and disseminating the results of the research to the public.

To undertake activities ancillary and incidental to the attainment of the above charitable purposes.

info@virtualhospice.ca Canadian Virtual Hospice Room PE469, One Morley Avenue Winnipeg, MB R3L 2P4

When the site was launched in 2004 it was an e-health pioneer, linking Canadians directly with health specialists online through the Ask a Professional feature. Virtual Hospice's interdisciplinary clinical team includes physicians, nurses, a social worker and a spiritual care adviser with over 100 years combined experience in palliative care.

Website includes a vast library of resources, including a video Gallery, and communities of peers - patients and caregivers share on the Discussion Forums, professionals collaborate and share on The Exchange.

info@src-crs.ca 625, avenue du Président-Kennedy Bureau 402 Montréal (Québec) H3A 3S5

The Cancer Research Society is a national not-for-profit organization whose sole mission is to fund research on all types of cancer to help prevent, detect, and treat this disease.

cancersaguenay@hotmail.com 1845 rue Deschênes, Jonquière, QC G7S 4T8

Cancer Saguenay œuvre auprès des personnes atteintes du cancer et de leurs proches. Nous aidons des centaines de bénéficiaires et chaque année, nous effectuons plus de 1,000 transports médicaux. Nos 21 bénévoles accompagnent quotidiennement des personnes du Saguenay à leurs traitements contre le cancer.

info@catalisquebec.com 740 rue Notre-Dame Ouest, bureau 1400 Montréal (Québec) H3C 3X6

CATALIS is financed by the Government of Quebec by public and private partners to promote Quebec’s excellence in early stage clinical research. CATALIS is a collaboration of the various life sciences stakeholders whose objective is to increase the development of innovative treatments.

info@cellcan.com Pavillon Rosemont 5689, boulevard Rosemont, aile G, RM02707 Montréal (Québec) H1T 2H1

CellCAN’s mission is to mobilize stakeholders and knowledge across Canada to significantly advance regenerative medicine and cell therapy research and clinical development.

coalition@cqct.qc.ca 1001, boulevard de Maisonneuve Ouest, bureau 420 Montréal (Québec) H3A 3C8

La Coalition québécoise pour le contrôle du tabac a pour but de réunir les appuis nécessaires pour que les gouvernements adoptent et appliquent des mesures destinées à réduire le tabagisme et ses conséquences.

info@colorectalcancercanada.com 1350 Sherbrooke Ouest, Suite 300 Montreal, QC, H3G 1J1

Colorectal Cancer Canada is the nation’s not for profit colorectal cancer patient organization dedicated to colorectal cancer awareness and education, supporting patients and their caregivers and advocating on their behalf.

We aspire to reduce the incidence and mortality of colorectal cancer in Canada while improving the quality of life of patients, their families and their caregivers.

info@ccran.org Wellspring, Birmingham-Gilgan House 2545 Sixth Line Oakville, ON L5H 6J6

For over 13 years, we have been Canada's trusted colorectal cancer patient advocacy network. Whether you are newly diagnosed, a survivor, caregiver, or require colorectal cancer education, we want to hear from you! Expect caring interactions and evidence-based information on the management of the disease, as well as one on one psycho-social support from world-renowned experts.

info@cpm.qc.ca 3565 rue Berri, Bureau 230 Montréal, (QC),H2L 4G3

Le Conseil pour la protection des malades (CPM) œuvre depuis plus de 45 ans au respect et à l’avancement des droits, à la dignité et la qualité de vie des personnes qui ont recours aux services du réseau de la santé et des services sociaux au Québec.

therese.gagnon-kugler@crhdq.ulaval.ca 917, rue Monseigneur-Grandin, bur. 300, Québec (QC) G1V 3X8, Canada

Le Consortium de recherche en oncologie clinique du Québec (Q-CROC) est un réseau multidisciplinaire et multi-institutionnel de cliniciens, de chercheurs et de membres de la communauté médicale voués à la recherche clinique et translationnelle sur le cancer. Q-CROC occupe une position stratégique unique au Québec grâce aux qualifications et aux spécialisations diversifiées de ses membres et de ses partenaires.

Vision

Notre vision : que tous les patients québécois atteints d'un cancer aient accès à une médecine personnalisée des plus avancées.

Mission

Notre mission : accroître et améliorer les possibilités d’options de traitement pour les patients en oncologie en développant une solide infrastructure provinciale de recherche clinique, de pair avec un programme de recherche translationnelle axé sur les biomarqueurs de la résistance thérapeutique des métastases.

Nous avons à cœur d’aider les patients, le personnel médical et les chercheurs à devenir des partenaires et des précurseurs actifs dans la découverte de traitements efficaces et ciblés contre le cancer, à travers un environnement de recherche clinique positif.

info@benevoleenaction.com 10, rue Giguère Lévis, Québec G6V 1N6

Convergence action bénévole est un organisme sans but lucratif qui vise à soutenir et à promouvoir l’action bénévole dans sa diversité et offrir des services à la communauté sur son territoire (Lévis).

info@densebreastscanada.ca

Dense Breasts Canada (DBC) is a non-profit organization, founded in 2016. DBC is made up of breast cancer survivors and healthcare professionals dedicated to: raising awareness about the risks associated with dense breasts and advocating for breast density notification and optimal breast cancer screening.

info@exactis.ca 5450 Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges, #522 Montréal, QC H3T 1Y6

Founded in 2014, Exactis Innovation (Exactis) is a Business-Led Networks Centres of Excellence (BL-NCE) that comprises a pan-Canadian Network of 14 oncology centers that brings together public and private partners focusing on precision oncology research.


Fournir des informations sur la santé qui sont crédibles et validées pour les patients, les proches, et les décideurs.

virage@viragecancer.org Centre intégré de cancérologie du CHUM 1051, rue Sanguinet, local C14-7065 Montréal (Qc) H2X 3E4

La mission de la Fondation Virage est d’offrir des services, des ressources et des activités ainsi que développer des programmes d’aide destinés aux personnes atteintes de cancer et à leurs proches afin de les accompagner et de les soutenir tout au long de la maladie. Virage s’engage à favoriser, par le biais des activités et des services, le partage, l’écoute, la communication et le soutien mutuel auprès des personnes atteintes de cancer et leurs proches et de les informer des ressources disponibles pour leur venir en aide.

info@gaso.ca 405 - 7475 boulevard Newman H8N 1X3, LaSalle, QC

La mission du GASO est de favoriser l’amélioration de la qualité de vie des proches aidants, de prévenir leur épuisement et de promouvoir leur reconnaissance et leurs intérêts dans la communauté.

accueil@esperanceetcancer.org 477, 90e Rue, bureau 250 (Place 90) Ville de Saint-Georges Québec G5Y 3L1

Offrir aux personnes atteintes de cancer et à leurs proches aidants, un milieu de vie, un réseau d'entraide et d'action ainsi que des activités favorisant leur prise en charge et l'amélioration de leur qualité de vie physique et psychologique.

hopecope@jgh.mcgill.ca 4635 Côte-Sainte-Catherine Montreal, QC, Canada

Hope & Cope helps people cope with cancer. Guided by professional staff, cancer-experienced volunteers provide psychosocial support and practical resources that help patients regain a sense of control and well-being, reduce isolation and restore hope. Easily accessible and open to all, Hope & Cope is funded by the community and is located at the Jewish General Hospital’s Segal Cancer Centre and the JGH/Hope & Cope Wellness Centre.

info@hpvawareness.org PO Box 30536 Brossard, QC, Canada

Global Action HPV spreads crucial knowledge about the human papillomavirus (HPV), the vaccines available, screening, and HPV-related cancers that include cancers of the head and neck, tongue, throat, anus, cervix, vulva, vagina and penis and general sexual health. Our organization empowers Canadians to have healthier relationships by reaching across cultural, geographical and ideological barriers with clear, simplified, evidence-based education for all ages.


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IRIC | Université de Montréal Pavillon Marcelle-Coutu 2950, chemin de Polytechnique Montréal (Québec) H3T 1J4

L’Institut se démarque par son modèle de recherche unique au pays qui combine l’expertise complémentaire de 29 chercheurs à celle d’une équipe de valorisation de la recherche. L’IRIC s’appuie aussi sur 10 plateformes technologiques et une Unité de découverte de médicaments, composée de la plus grande équipe de chimistes médicinaux et de biologistes en milieu académique au pays.

IRIC | Université de Montréal Pavillon Marcelle-Coutu 2950, chemin de Polytechnique Montréal (Québec) H3T 1J4



One in two Canadians is expected to develop cancer in their lifetime. One in four Canadians is expected to die from this disease. It is the leading cause of death in the country. Each year, cancer is responsible for 30% of all deaths in Canada.

IRIC was created in 2003 to fight the disease. The Institute stands out for its research model unique in the country, combining the complementary expertise of 29 Investigators with that of a research maturation team. IRIC can also rely on its 10 core facilities and a Drug Discovery Unit, made up of the country’s largest team of medicinal chemists and of biologists in an academic setting.

info@kidneycancercanada.ca 54 Cité-des-Jeunes, bur. 102B-410 Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC J7V 9L5

A charitable, patient-led, support organization established to improve the quality of life for patients and their families touched by kidney cancer.

Kidney Cancer Canada is the only national Canadian health charity dedicated to improving the lives of those affected by kidney cancer. Kidney Cancer Canada was formed in 2006 by patients, for patients. We work closely with leading Canadian and International experts, health providers, doctors and patients to:
- provide information and support,
- advocate for access to quality care and necessary treatments, and
- promote and support vital research that will help prevent and treat kidney cancer.

Kidney Cancer Canada is a national community of patients, caregivers and health professionals. We work together to give kidney cancer patients and caregivers living in Canada support and information. We're here to help you!

AdminCanada@lls.org 804-2 Lansing Square Toronto, ON M2J 4P8

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada (LLSC) is a voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancers. We provide free information and support services to patients and caregivers. The LLSC mission: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.

info@www.lifesavingtherapies.com 173 Heath Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1H 5E6

The Life-Saving Therapies Network (LSTN) is a connective hub for patients, researchers, doctors, industry leaders, regulators, healthcare technologists, ethicists and economists who want faster access to better treatments. LSTN is also a call to action… LISTEN… we will be heard.

info@www.lifesavingtherapies.com 173 Heath Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1H 5E6

Life-Saving Therapies Network (LSTN) est réseau pour les patients, les chercheurs, les médecins, les leaders de l'industrie, les régulateurs, les technologues de la santé, les éthiciens et les économistes qui souhaitent un accès plus rapide à de meilleurs traitements: Réforme de la recherche clinique pour permettre un accès plus rapide et moins coûteux à de nouvelles thérapies pour les maladies mortelles; Réformer les cadres réglementaires pour le développement et l'approbation du traitement de précision des maladies mortelles; Remboursement rapide et complet des traitements efficaces des maladies mortelles et des diagnostics compagnons.

info@lungcancercanada.ca 1304 - 330 Bay St. Toronto, ON M5H 2S8

Lung Cancer Canada is a national charitable organization that serves as Canada’s leading resource for lung cancer education, patient support, research and advocacy. Based in Toronto, Ontario, Lung Cancer Canada has a wide reach that includes both regional and pan-Canadian initiatives. Lung Cancer Canada is a member of the Global Lung Cancer Coalition and is the only organization in Canada focused exclusively on lung cancer.

info@lymphoma.ca 6860 Century Avenue, Suite 202 Mississauga, ON L5N 2W5

Lymphoma Canada connects and empowers this community. Together we are promoting early detection, finding new and better treatments, helping patients access those treatments, learning lymphoma's causes and finding a cure.

maisonmaintenirlespoir@gmail.com 743, boulevard du St-Maurice Trois-Rivières (Québec) G9A 3P5

Maison Main…Tenir L’Espoir. Grâce à la générosité de ses donateurs, la Maison Main…tenir l’espoir lymphoedème & mastectomie Mauricie/Centre-du-Québec peut offrir une aide financière aux personnes atteintes de lymphoedème ou ayant subi une mastectomie afin de leur fournir une camisole post opératoire.

Cet argent, versé directement aux thérapeutes ou au partenaire en mastectomie, permet aux bénéficiaires de recevoir les soins appropriés à leurs conditions, soit une camisole et/ou Traitements. Un comité mandaté par la Maison évalue les demandes selon les règles établies, offrant ainsi l’assurance aux donateurs et commanditaires que les sommes sont versées selon les ententes convenues pour chaque bénéficiaire.

info@maisonstraphael.org 6005 chemin Deacon Montreal, QC, Canada

Offrir des soins palliatifs exceptionnels et gratuits, dans un environnement chaleureux et accueillant, à des personnes de toutes provenances vivant avec une maladie incurable. Offrir des soins et services de répit exceptionnels aux proches et aidants naturels. Être un pôle d’excellence et d’innovation qui favorise la formation et la collaboration avec les milieux des soins de santé et de l’éducation.

info@mcpeaksirois.org

Launched in partnership with the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation, the Programme Accès-recherche aims to increase:
- the number of hospital centres in Quebec participating in clinical trials and
- the number of breast cancer clinical trials at centers already performing these trials for the benefit of all patients, especially those living outside of major urban areas.

contact@myeloma.ca 1255 TransCanada, Bureau 160 Dorval (Québec) H9P 2V4

Myeloma Canada is a registered non-profit organization, created in 2005 by and for people living with multiple myeloma.

One of the challenges facing the myeloma patient community is the general lack of awareness of this relatively rare cancer. Consequently, many patients are not well-informed about the resources that are available to them and often feel alone in their battle.

To address this concern, Myeloma Canada, a non-profit entity with charitable organization status, was created in 2005 by and for people living with multiple myeloma to:

- Provide educational resources and emotional support to patients, families and caregivers
- Increase awareness of the disease and its effects on the lives of patients and families
- Promote clinical research and access to new drug trials in Canada and
- Facilitate access to new therapies, treatment options and health care resources

As a patient-driven, patient-focused organization, Myeloma Canada works with over a dozen local support groups across Canada, strengthening the voice of the Canadian myeloma community and improving the quality of life of myeloma patients, their caregivers and families.

Myeloma Canada is the only national organization that is uniquely devoted to the Canadian myeloma community. Our affiliation with the International Myeloma Foundation (IMF), the world’s oldest and largest myeloma patient organization, enables access to a global network of expertise and resources.

info@novamontreal.com 310 Victoria Avenue, Suite 403 Westmount, Quebec H3Z 2M9

Celebrating over 120 years of community support.

NOVA Montréal (formerly the VON – Victorian Order of Nurses) is a charitable, non-profit, community-based organization that offers healthcare services to the Montréal community. Our dedicated nurses, home healthcare aid workers and volunteers provide compassionate, high quality, personalized, in-home care to people who are ill or nearing the end of life and the families who support them. The following programs and services are available free of charge or at low cost:
Palliative care
Home support & respite
Children's services

Nurses from NOVA Montréal participate regularly in multidisciplinary palliative care meetings at the Jewish General, Verdun CSLC, and LaSalle CLSC or at Mount Sinai Hospital. In addition, we work in collaboration with many hospitals and CLSCs such as the Montréal Children’s Hospital, Montreal General Hospital, Mount Sinai Hospital, CSSS Verdun-Sud-Ouest, CSSS Dorval Lachine LaSalle, CSSS de la Montagne, CSSS Cavendish, McKay Center for children and many others.



Our programs and services are sustained through generous support from our donors, including L’Appui Montréal, individuals, foundations, corporations and community groups. NOVA Montréal does not receive any direct government funding.

info@tipoftoes.com 240, Bossé Street Chicoutimi (Quebec) G7J 1L9 Canada

Our mission
To help young people with cancer regain their well-being by taking part in an exceptional therapeutic adventure expedition, supervised by experts in health care and outdoor adventure intervention.

Our goal
To provide young people living with cancer the opportunity to leave the hospital and to take a break from civilization and their usual routine. We create a situation which aims to rebuild self-esteem and to restore hope in life through the challenge and self-transcendence fostered by these therapeutic expeditions.

info@oncopole.ca IRIC (Université de Montréal) 2950, chemin de Polytechnique Pavillon Marcelle-Coutu, bureau 2306-13 Montréal (Québec) H3T 1J4 Canada

Mission

To act as a catalyst and to maximize the full potential of Quebec’s cancer research and innovation ecosystem to accelerate the fight against cancer.

Mobilise the best research centres toward a common vision based on collaboration and shared resources through a multi-disciplinary approach

Innovate by accelerating the delivery of new discoveries to the market to develop cutting-edge clinical applications and support entrepreneurship training

Cure by prioritizing high-impact projects and practices for patients

info@oqpac.com 1575, 3e avenue Quebec, QC, Canada

Offrir des services personnalisés et des activités communautaires basés sur l’accueil, l’écoute, l’entraide et la solidarité, qui s’adressent spécifiquement à des personnes atteintes de cancer et à leurs proches sur le territoire de région de la Capitale-Nationale.

info@ogpac.ca 461B, boulevard Perron Maria (Québec) G0C 1Y0

L’OGPAC (Organisme Gaspésien des Personnes Atteintes de Cancer) est un organisme à but non lucratif qui est né d’un besoin chez plusieurs personnes atteintes de cancer de la région, de se donner des moyens de s’aider et d’aider les autres. La mission de l’OGPAC est de contribuer au mieux-être des personnes atteintes de cancer et de leurs proches durant toutes les étapes de la maladie, et ce, par le biais de différentes activités et services.

Ses Objectifs :

Favoriser aide et assistance de toute nature aux personnes atteintes de cancer et à leur proches.
Contribuer à démystifier le cancer par une information positive et réaliste.
Regrouper les personnes atteintes de cancer et les personnes désireuses de contribuer au mieux-être de celles-ci.
Faire des représentations pour améliorer la qualité de vie et les possibilités de guérison des personnes atteintes de cancer.
Promouvoir leurs droits individuels et collectifs.
Offrir un milieu de vie pour les personnes touchées par la maladie.
Donner des outils afin que les personnes reprennent du pouvoir sur leur vie

info@ovariancanada.org 1111 boulevard du Dr Frederik-Philips, bureau 600 Saint-Laurent (Québec) H4M 2X6

Ovarian Cancer Canada provides leadership by:

- Supporting women and families who are living with the disease

- Raising awareness in the general public and with health care professionals

- Funding research into prevention, improved treatments and ultimately, a cure

nfo@pccf.ca 316-4211 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M2P 2A9

Pancreatic Cancer Canada is committed to improving pancreatic cancer survival and creating hope through awareness, education, patient support and research.

Our focus continues to be:

Raising awareness and advocating for increased funding;

Providing support and resources to patients and their families;

Supporting research into early detection, effective treatment options and ultimately, finding a cure.

presencelotbiniere@hotmail.com 1000, rue St-Joseph Saint-Flavien, Qc G0S 2M0

Présence Lotbinière, est un organisme à but non lucratif ayant pour mission d’accompagner les personnes en soins palliatifs ou en fin de vie que ce soit à domicile, en résidence privée ou en CHSLD.

Présence Lotbinière assure du soutien aux personnes endeuillées, en groupe ou individuel.

Présence Lotbinière offre du répit aux proches aidants qui prennent soin d’une personne atteinte d’une maladie incurable entraînant une perte d’autonomie physique ou cognitive.

Présence Lotbinière offre également de l'information, du référencement ainsi que des services pour les gens en parcours cancer du diagnostic à une rémission 5 ans.

info@procure.ca 1320, boul. Graham, suite 110 Town of Mount Royal, QC H3P 3C8

Founded in 2003 by Marvyn Kussner, PROCURE is a charitable organization in the fight against prostate cancer. It educates, supports, and informs people affected by this disease. It promotes and contributes to the financing of world-class research.

Our mission
PROCURE is a charitable organization in the fight against prostate cancer. It educates, supports, and informs people affected by this disease. It promotes and contributes to the financing of world-class research.

Our vision
To provide leadership in Quebec in the fight against prostate cancer, to set the standard in the field, and accelerate research to cure the disease.

info@rubanrose.org 279, Sherbrooke West Street Office 305 Montreal (Quebec) H2X 1Y1

The Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation is the only non-profit charitable organization dedicated to making investments for the benefit of the province’s breast cancer patients and its scientific and medical community, with every dollar its many fundraisers and activities raise.

info@raanm.net 5800, rue St-Denis, bureau 602 Montréal (Québec) H2S 3L5

Le RAANM est un organisme régional à but non lucratif fondé en 1992 qui contribue à l’amélioration des conditions de vie des proches aidants, soit ceux et celles qui apportent soutien, qui dispensent des soins à un membre de famille, un ami ou un voisin (père, mère, conjoint...). La mission du RAANM est de contribuer à l'amélioration des conditions de vie des aidantes et aidants.

info@rpcu.qc.ca 1255, boulevard Robert-Bourassa, bureau 800 Montréal (Québec) H3B 3W3

Les établissements offrent à la population des services généraux et spécialisés correspondant aux cinq grandes missions définies par la Loi sur les services de santé et les services sociaux selon qu’ils exploitent. Les comités des usagers et de résidents œuvrent au sein de tous ces établissements et défendent ainsi les droits de l’ensemble des usagers du réseau de la santé et des services sociaux en considération des spécificités et besoins des clientèles de ces établissements.

info@reseaurose.ca Équipe en oncogénétique Centre des maladies du sein Deschênes-Fabia Hôpital du Saint-Sacrement du CHU de Québec – Université Laval 1050 chemin Ste-Foy, Local L3-27

Informer et soutenir les personnes présentant un risque héréditaire de cancer et outiller les professionnels de la santé à partir de données probantes.

info@saveyourskin.ca 319 3600 Windcrest Drive North Vancouver BC V7G 2S5

Save Your Skin Foundation (SYSF) is a national patient-led not-for-profit group dedicated to the fight against non-melanoma skin cancers, melanoma and ocular melanoma through nationwide education, advocacy, and awareness initiatives. Save Your Skin Foundation is committed to playing an active role in reducing the incidence of skin cancer in Canada, and to providing compassionate support for all Canadians living with skin cancers. SYSF was founded by North Vancouver resident and melanoma survivor Kathleen Barnard. In 2003, Kathleen was diagnosed with stage IV malignant melanoma, and by the time Save Your Skin Foundation was established in 2006, Kathleen’s cancer had spread to her vital organs and her treatment options were limited. Fortunately, one of her sons discovered a trial treatment taking place in Alberta; this trial would save Kathleen’s life. While her cancer treatments have finished, the battle with melanoma is not over for Kathleen. Save Your Skin Foundation is committed to ensuring equal, timely, affordable, and appropriate access to skin cancer treatment for all Canadians, by engaging in public and private industry, health policy, and systemic treatment access issues with cancer agencies, government, and drug-approval bodies across the country.

info@swabtheworld.com 358, rue Beaubien Ouest, 5e étage, Montréal (Québec) H2V 4S7

Swab The World was born out of the desire to empower patients from all over the world through agility, technology and media.

More than a simple recruitment platform to register donors, Swab The World aims to empower patients from all over by giving them the right tools and the right words to lead a successful recruitment campaign, be it locally or internationally.

Through our platform, those looking for a match can get the word out on stem cells, connect qualified donors to their country’s registry, and connect with others going through the same ordeal. Real people, real impact, real change.

CP 65056, CSP Mozart Montréal, Qc H2S 0A3

Talking about your balls is always a bit embarrassing. That is probably why testicular cancer remains relatively unknown. This type of cancer could be easily treated if people talked about it a bit more, if we got rid of the taboo, increased awareness, provided more information, and if support was provided to the men who do have it. Our mission covers all those elements.

Testicular Cancer Canada is the only organization in Canada that aims to increase public awareness and that provides support to the men who have testicular cancer.

info@cmlsociety.org

Established in 2006, the CML (chronic myelogenous leukemia) Society of Canada provides support, education and information on CML, current and emerging treatments and research initiatives for people living with CML and their families. The mission of the CML Society is to help reduce suffering and improve care and the quality of life of CML patients.

Treatment of CML has drastically extended survival with the advent of targeted tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKI). The CML Society of Canada, acts as the eyes, ears and voice of its CML community, working to change the treatment paradigm as well as the course of this disease while supporting its constituents.

The CML Society of Canada also supports organizations in their effort into finding a cure for CML.

info@thyroidcancercanada.org 308 Main Street, First Floor Toronto, Ontario M4C 4X7 Canada

Thyroid Cancer Canada is a national organization of thyroid cancer survivors dedicated to providing emotional support and information to those affected by the disease.

Supporting Patients and their Families through emotional support and understanding complex information.

Emotional support
Thyroid cancer treatment is different than other cancers. Often our patients are not treated in cancer centres, and do not have access to the same psychological and emotional support as other cancer patients. We hope this website provides you with some peer support, hope and encouragement.

Understanding complex information
Thyroid cancer treatment options are always evolving. Patients and their doctors face more choices that ever before, and then the information needed to make decisions can change from source to source. You can turn to us to help understand the some of the options and for support when making your life-altering decisions.

info@voboc.org 269 Boulevard St-Jean, Suite 215 Pointe-Claire, Quebec H9R 3J1

VOBOC is a Montréal-based non-profit charitable organization whose mission is to equip, engage and empower Adolescents and Young Adults with cancer to improve their experiences and health outcomes.

VOBOC works with the hospital oncology teams to help empower these newly diagnosed young people by providing them with tools, resources and free diversions, and by connecting them with support services.

info@wicwc.org 115 rue Du Barry Kirkland (QC) H9H 0C4



The West Island Cancer Wellness Centre (WICWC) is a registered charity dedicated to offering compassionate care and support to anyone experiencing cancer – either having it themselves or supporting someone with cancer. We exist in response to the demand for a whole-person integrated approach to wellness that focuses on improving the health and well-being of people living with cancer by addressing their emotional, physical and spiritual needs.

All our programs and services are free of charge and are created to fulfill the need for Psychosocial cancer care and to complement traditional medical practices. Through our wellness programs, participants will receive personal support, gain coping mechanisms, discover additional alternatives, and become better educated about their specific illness. We will help them gain more control of their lives, find strength, reduce feelings of isolation, and continue to foster hope, regardless of the stage of their disease.