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Stand Up To Cancer Canada
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For too long, cancer has been the leading cause of death in Canada. It’s time to stop cancer in its tracks.
For too long, cancer has been the leading cause of death in Canada. It’s time to stop cancer in its tracks.

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As fans of Resurrection, we we thrilled to see Kurtwood Smith at the Toronto Viewing Party for Stand Up to Cancer!
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A big thanks to Sportsnet's Hazel Mae & Breakfast Television (BT Toronto)'s Frank Ferragine for taking a Stand with us in Toronto at the viewing party! If you weren't able to catch the 2014 telecast, you can watch it here: Stand Up to Cancer 2014 Telecast
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It's Childhood Cancer Awareness month, so what does pediatric cancer really look like? The Huffington Post captures stories and portraits from several young patients. http://huff.to/1BHsMXW
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Are the days of one-size-fits-all cancer treatment over? Find out how Stand Up To Cancer's precision medicine is helping one man fight prostate cancer.

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We are all in this together.
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New and innovative prostate cancer treatments keep Don hopeful, active, and optimistic about the future. His battle has taught him an invaluable life lesson. If you missed Don's story on the show, watch it now to find out what that is. http://youtu.be/eNo6WF88u94
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Actor Joe Manganiello talks about an emotional call he made from the digital lounge during the telecast.
http://youtu.be/rxkYyH07w98
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Legendary Canadian actor, comedian and cancer survivor Scott Thompson had us laughing with his Stand Up at the Stand Up To Cancer Viewing Party in Toronto. Thank you, Scott!
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In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness month, we stand with Nicholas from Milton, Ontario. Nicholas began his battle with a rare kidney cancer at 22 months. Now, 5-years-old, he’s celebrating two years cancer-free! His mom, Stephanie, says he teaches their family something new everyday. “We are lucky to have such a fighter in our lives, who shows us his bravery and strength in everything he does!”
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Book of Negroes and Rookie Blue's Lyriq Bent joined us on the red carpet in Toronto. Thanks for Standing Up To Cancer with us!
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