The first-ever Weekend to End Breast Cancer raises $12.5M to support Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
The Campbell Family Institute for Breast Cancer Research is launched, led by Dr. Tak Mak.Discover more
Princess Margaret scientists discover that a molecule that was previously connected to Parkinson's disease, is related to cancer development.
The Gattuso Rapid Diagnostic Centre opens. Seeing 1,300 patients a year, breast cancer diagnoses are completed within 24 hours.Discover how the GRDC is saving lives
Walk funds support research on why mammographic density is a major risk factor for breast cancer.
The intraoperative radiation therapy clinical trial, and the development of a comprehensive digital breast imaging program is made possible.
The Walk crosses the $100M fundraising mark and becomes North America’s #1 multi-day fundraising walk for women’s cancers.
ELLICSR: Health, Wellness & Cancer Survivorship Centre opens on National Cancer Survivors Day.What is ELLICSR?
Walk funds support the Conway Chemotherapy and Transfusion Centre, which now has over 70,000 patient visits annually.
A new "sharpshooter" drug showing promise in treating the most deadly type of breast cancer is announced.
Walk funds support Dr. Pamela Ohashi's immunotherapy research at The Princess Margaret.Learn more about Immunotherapy
Dr. John Dick and his colleagues identify a pre-leukemic stem cell that will accelerate new therapies for acute myeloid leukemia.
The Walk becomes OneWalk to Conquer Cancer, raising funds for all cancer research, and is now one of Canada's largest cancer fundraisers.
Scientists at The Princess Margaret ID a biomarker that determines if colon cancer patients will benefit from treatment with cetuximab.Learn more about cetuximab treatment