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Winter 2023  


Health Monitoring at a POGO AfterCare Clinic Gives me Peace of Mind (Most of the Time)
As a childhood cancer survivor, Kirsten says that her POGO AfterCare Clinic is the best place for her to be: “It changed everything for me in terms of survivorship.” 
Read more about the comfort Kirsten finds in AfterCare and the worries that persist»
Watch this video to learn more about the POGO AfterCare Program»
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CCM23_Fleming.pngDr. Adam Fleming Reflects on the 2022 POGO Symposium   
With a focus on CNS tumours, the 2022 POGO Symposium was a resounding success. “To see so many iconic people in this field who are now my colleagues and friends was very meaningful,” says Dr. Fleming.
Read Dr. Adam Fleming’s recap of POGO’s signature education conference for healthcare professionals»

CCM23_Clinical Trials.pngPOGO Helps Widen Access to Clinical Trials for Childhood Cancer Care
Childhood cancer outcomes have seen remarkable improvements thanks to large-scale participation in collaborative group clinical trials. But for some children with cancer, the long distance between home and the institutions with clinical trials has been a barrier. Now, a shared-care model is changing the landscape. 
Learn how POGO’s partnership model is making a difference in Ontario and beyond»

CCM23_Beswick.pngCelebrating our Young Volunteers
Over the past five years, the Beswick siblings from Aurora, Ontario, have hosted their own version of PJs and Pancakes events to raise over $300,000 in support of children and youth with cancer, survivors, and their families.
Want to turn your passion into impact? Read on»


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