Testimonials

Relive the experiences described in the inspiring stories told by people close to the foundation.
Anie Beauchemin
Like many people who live in regions far away from the oncology centres, I had to leave my home to go for my radiation therapy. Since being diagnosed with breast cancer, I had gone through a lot to try to stay positive. But at that moment, I was afraid of failing. I saw myself alone, making the daily trip between the hospital and a motel room, and I felt I was not ready to live through that.
 

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Jocelyne Cliche
In my job as a social worker, I help others face difficult situations, but I was not at all prepared to face my own diagnosis of advanced stage breast cancer.

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Cécile Rossignol
In 2010, my granddaughter Isabelle was diagnosed with her first cancer at only 35 years of age. This news angered me greatly! It was an unfair situation! In spite of my anger, I wanted to be there for her.

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Marie-Pier Dubois
I was 17 when I was diagnosed with cancer in September 2008. I had pain in my neck and tests indicated that it was Ewing’s sarcoma.
 

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Caroline Couture
Since the year 2000, the year I had Hodgkin's disease, I have become involved in several good causes in connection with cancer. This year, I wanted a new challenge, which would enable me to go beyond my limits and discover something new.

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André Trottier
I’m André Trottier. For a long time, I have been dreaming of doing the road to Compostelle, but I had to put it off after being diagnosed with cancer.
 

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