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Université de Sherbrooke Researchers’ Findings Published in Cancer Research

Sherbrooke, November 16, 2017 – Prostate cancer, the most common cancer in men, affects one out of seven Canadian men.
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12 innovative Canadian prostate cancer researchers set out to make new Discoveries

Toronto, ON – September 28, 2017: 12 forward-thinking Canadian prostate cancer researchers have been rewarded for their innovation with Movember Discovery Grants.
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Gray Tools '2017 Together We Are Stronger' campaign a success in creating awareness and raising funds for prostate cancer

BRAMPTON, Ontario, Sept 26, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Gray Tools Canada Inc, in cooperation with Prostate Cancer Canada, is proud to announce that its “2017 Together We Are Stronger” initiative raised $4,000, which will go directly towards funding valuable research that is needed to improve the way we diagnose, treat, and support men living with the disease.
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