Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario

Childhood Cancer Matters
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Winter 2017

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Your Baby Has Cancer
Four unforgettable words that forever changed the lives of Mike, his wife Christine and 18-month-old daughter Charlotte.
Read Mike's story»

Be a Champion: Donate Now Tell A Friend

Gift on keyboard.png Would you shop your favourite brands online if the company donated a portion to kids with cancer?
POGO has created an online portal where you, your family and friends can shop at your favourite stores, buy gift cards or eat at your usual restaurants and the company will donate a percentage of your purchase to kids' cancer care!

Choose from over 100 of your favourite brands, including Nike, Hudson's Bay, Starbucks, Joe Fresh, Indigo and more.

Whether you need a gift, something for yourself or a night out with the family, you can be a champion for kids' cancer care. Shop online. Raise money. It's that easy. Help us help them. 
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Nini Nguyen Student Perspectives on the 2016 POGO Symposium 
POGO's 2016 Multidisciplinary Symposium on Childhood Cancer examined clinical and scientific advances in the diagnosis and treatment of leukemia in children and adolescents. This professional education event attracted an exceptional roster of internationally renowned childhood cancer healthcare practitioners to present on this topic, and scores of delegates—practising and emerging professionals alike. Among the latter were seven undergraduate and post-graduate students who attended on bursaries and subsequently shared their learnings and inspirations from this year’s event.
Read their recaps»

Resource Guide 2 POGO's Online Resource Guide
Listing 250+ organizations providing 60+ services, POGO's Childhood Cancer Resource Guide is designed to support the information needs of families of children with cancer, survivors of childhood cancer, and their caregivers.
Check it out»

Emotional TeenDr. Christopher Recklitis: Emotional Health After Childhood Cancer
For many patients, the childhood cancer experience takes them away from school, hobbies and friends and thrusts them into the adult world. In his talk Emotional Health After Childhood Cancer, Dr. Christopher Recklitis stresses the importance of talking to your healthcare professionals about how to maintain balance between regular life and treatment.
Watch the video»

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