Receiving a cancer diagnosis is terrifying. For many, it’s the beginning of the hardest journey of their lives. Fears about your mortality become very real, as do worries about the life-changing side effects that often accompany cancer treatment. And even if the cancer is eliminated, what if it comes back?
The generosity of our donors directly impacts our hospital's ability to acquire new equipment,fund ground-breaking research and ,ultimately, save lives.
Learn more about how your support is helping to fund cancer care and research.
Imagine receiving a potentially life-threatening diagnosis like cancer. The situation becomes even worse if you have to worry about trying to manage the costs associated with cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Although the majority of our health care costs are paid for through the publicly funded system, there are many expenses that are not covered, including illness-related expenses such as medications, wigs, mastectomy bras, breast prostheses, nutritional beverages, transportation and parking, accommodations and child care.
The London Regional Cancer Program Patient Assistance Program helps to fill this gap by offering patients assistance through one of the following funds:
Launched in 2010, the Gerald C. Baines Centre for Translational Cancer Research is home to some of the brightest minds and best technology dedicated to translational cancer research.
Also known as bench-to-bedside research, translational research bridges the gap between science and patient care by identifying current, significant research projects and applying that knowledge to benefit real patients right here in our community and around the world.
Philanthropic support will help London Regional Cancer Program (LRCP) provide the best possible care today, improve care for tomorrow and diminish the need for care in the future.