Monthly Archives: October 2010

Welcome to Cervical Cancer Awareness Week, Canada!


We thought this article might be of interest to anyone who considers the cost of the HPV vaccin a barrier to immunization. (We’ll give you a hint: it’s good news.) As well, last week we learned about the many women … Continue reading

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Girl Talk and the Vancouver Courier


The fine folks at the Vancouver Courier, who produce your daily dose of “Kudos and Kvetches”, have given the Women’s Health Research Institute Executive Director Dr. Deborah Money a delightful shout-out the other day. Not only did they perfectly sum … Continue reading

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British Columbia Takes the Lead in Digital Mammography


That’s one small step for man; one giant leap for man, or rather, womankind. At least, that’s how we’re looking at the latest news regarding Breast Cancer detection and mammography in British Columbia. A $3 million donation from the Gordon … Continue reading

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Cervical cancer is preventable. You are part of the solution.


Hey Ladies! Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of the fight against cervical cancer and take control of your health. Mark your calendars for Cervical Cancer Awareness Week from October 24 to 30, 2010. During the last week … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer and the Asian Community


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month — perfect timing to launch a new study at the Women’s Health Research Institute is launching. Our researchers will be delving into the world of mammography screening and the Asian community. Our study will … Continue reading

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