McMaster cancer research

April is daffodil month when the Canadian Cancer society runs its campaign asking people to donate to help fund life-saving cancer research.

Britt Dixon took a look at the research being done at McMaster University and the impact it’s having on patients.


For more information about the Cancer Society’s daffodil campaign that helps fund research like this and other programs visit: cancer.ca/daffodil




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