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  • Kathy Giles
    November 08, 2011 - 22:43

    I say as a faithful Volunteer with Atlantic Path from New Brunswick, we as Atlantic Canadians need to get on board and sign up and sign up others. This is our chance to help our families, friends, community and New Brunswick. Atlantic Path has given us the tools and they have the expertise to make this study successful but they need our help. I am going to continue doing my part until March 2012! Life is about giving back to help other. This large a study may never come our way again, let's support Research and be part of the cure!

  • Wanda
    October 25, 2011 - 13:08

    I am glad to hear that this project will soon be started in our province and very interested in becoming a participant. Cancer has taken my father, mother, and sister. My brother was diagnosed a few months ago and another brother is being treated for cancer. This research project is another positive step in the fight against cancer, thank-you and God Bless all who are involved.

  • Bridget Greene
    October 25, 2011 - 11:44

    Speed up the wait time for tests. People are dying because they are diagnosis in the advanced stages.Simple tests can save lives.

  • madeline cahill
    October 24, 2011 - 21:08

    I am presently being treated for colon-rectal cancer and have under gone surgery for same and am now being treated with Chemo.If there is any way I can get involved or benefit from this research please contact me.It is such a wonderful process and will prove beneficial in the future.Thanks so much.Madeline

  • Ray Johnson
    October 24, 2011 - 11:36

    Hi There, Finally a wake up call as it relates to cancer in this province. As spokesperson for the Community Linkages organization I wish to salute Mr. Thompson and others in bringing this important issue to the forefront, especially to the citizens of this province. Myself, Mr. Gerry Higgins and others have been pushing this important issue forward so as to let all concerned citizens know the effects this disease is having on our population. Education and getting involved is the way the CLC sees this issue unfolding for the betterment of this province. -Ray Johnson Chair--Community Linkages