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Progress underway for pancreatic cancer in British Columbia

Hello – My name is Carolyn Hoeschen, and I’m a nurse practitioner aBC Cancer - Vancouver, with a focus on patients with pancreatic cancer.

It is a pleasure to be blogging for the BC Cancer Foundation, to share with you the progress we are making in the clinic to advance care for this disease – one of the deadliest cancers facing British Columbians today.

My role as a...

Introducing August guest blogger Carolyn Hoeschen

Thank you to Dr. Karen Goddard for sharing the importance of survivorship care across British Columbia and the need to support enhancements in this area.

I am pleased to introduce Carolyn Hoeschen, nurse practitioner at BC Cancer – Vancouver, to our blog for the month of August.

She will share her involvement with the latest clinical trials for pancreatic cancer, made possible...

Philanthropy fuels progress for pancreatic cancer research

In my previous blog I discussed some of the exciting research happening in pancreatic cancer led by our group at the BC Cancer Agency and Pancreas Centre BC.  It’s safe to say that none of this would be possible without the very generous donors of the BC Cancer Foundation.   When I came to the BC Cancer Agency several years ago, a major fundraising initiative by the Foundation helped create...

Introducing July guest blogger Dr. Daniel Renouf

Thank you to Dr. Ma for updating us on the status of VERO at BC Cancer. It is exciting to read about the first patient procedure that took place and to know that our generous donors are fuelling this progress.  

We are pleased to welcome back to our blog Dr. Daniel Renouf, medical oncologist and co-director of Pancreas Centre BC, for the month of July.

Dr. Renouf will discuss...

Inspired by the passion

The first few months since joining the BC Cancer Agency have flown by. I am enjoying my new role—every day is different and presents new challenges. I have travelled to all six of our centres and meeting so many of our staff, who are passionate about making the system better, has been the most inspiring part of my job. 

I also spend a fair amount of time working with the BC Cancer...

Introducing May Guest Blogger Dr. Jessica McAlpine

Warm thanks to Dr. Dan Renouf, for blogging in April and sharing the work he and his colleagues are doing to improve the treatment and care of pancreatic cancer for patients across the province.

It is my pleasure to introduce our guest blogger for May, Dr. Jessica McAlpine. Dr. McAlpine is a gynaecologic oncologist and translational researcher at the BC Cancer Agency and Director of the...


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