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This is a chance to watch the ins and outs of some of the unique treatments and experiences of patients to help you better understand the options you may have from diagnosis and on. Video topics range from radiation to complementary and alternative medicine. You'll hear from health care professionals as they explain the medical side of the brain tumour journey, as well as survivors who share their personal stories and points of view.
Featuring: Dr. Mark Bernstein, University Health Network and Toronto Western Hospital (Toronto, ON), Rebecca Drain, Survivor (Winnipeg, MB), Brad Pennington, Survivor (Selkirk, MB), Connor Thomson, Survivor (Winnipeg, MB)
Featuring: Scott Chudley, Survivor (Winnipeg MB); Dr. Normand Laperriere, Princess Margaret Hospital (Toronto ON); Dr. Mojgan Hodaie, Krembil Neuroscience Centre (Toronto ON)
Featuring: Bradley Levitt, Survivor (Toronto ON); Dr. Arjun Sahgal, Sunnybrook Hospital (Toronto ON)
Featuring: Gordon Leduc, Survivor (Pembroke ON); John Moore, Survivor (Barry’s Bay ON); Dr. Shawn Malone, Ottawa Hospital (Ottawa ON)
Featuring: Dr. Lynda Balneaves, formerly of the CAMEO Program, UBC School of Nursing (Vancouver BC)
Please note that all information was correct at the time of the video production and is offered as information only. It is not to be taken as medical advice. Always consult your doctor and health care team with questions about your treatment and health.
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