Tag: cancer

The health effects of recreational cannabis use

Cannabis, or marijuana as we all know it, has been legal for almost a year. The drug was legalised across Canada on October 17,...

The impacts of alcohol

Alcohol is not inherently bad just like drinking responsibly and in moderation is not dangerous. However, underage drinking, binge drinking, or long term heavy...

Beginner’s guide to killing cancer cells

With approximately $1.1 billion awarded in research funds, U of T has been recognized as a major force in research-intensive education across the globe....

All in for ALL; survivor returns to UTM

Back in 2012, Marell Tomeh joined UTM intending to pursue an English major. As the end of the second term grew closer, Tomeh had...

UTM rocks for cancer research

Students jammed at the Blind Duck Pub on Friday in a benefit concert for breast cancer research

UCS takes a pie in the face

The Blind Duck swelled with enthusiastic volunteers, cheering students on to give whatever they could in an effort to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society. At booths with video games, baked goods, authentic Indian cuisine, and photographs, all proceeds were donated to the cause.

Majors “Paint the Rink Pink” for breast cancer research

The Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors were in action on Friday night as they hosted the Plymouth Whalers—a rare visit for the Whalers. The night...

Many mourn Kirran Shoaib

UTM students and faculty as well as Kirran Shoaib’s friends and family gathered in the Mist Theatre on January 20 from 12 to 1...

U of T develops microchip for cancer research

Currently, there is only one test on the market that can detect cancer cells in the blood: CellSearch, a Johnson & Johnson creation. The...

The face of fundraising

On October 13, UCS hosted the Fair for Hope, UTM’s annual charity event to find a cure for cancer. Held between 12 and 3...

UCS runs for the cure

On Sunday, October 3, more than 2,500 people participated in the 19th annual Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure at UTM....

Students shave to save

On October 15, students gathered at the Blind Duck Pub from 12 to 3 p.m. to raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society. The...
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