Dr. Karen Goddard grew up in the north of England and moved to B.C. over 20 years ago. Following training at Princess Margaret Hospital, the Hospital for Sick Children and Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto, Dr. Goddard began her work as a specialist at the BC Cancer Agency. As a pediatric radiation oncologist, Dr. Goddard strives to reduce the long-term side effects of radiation therapy for children affected by cancer by offering high-precision techniques and state-of-the-art equipment. As well, Dr. Goddard’s research focuses on understanding late effects of childhood cancer and finding ways to make them less severe and less frequent.
You can read Dr. Goddard’s blog posts here.