By Michelle Cyr-Whiting
Tuesday, February 23, 2010 11:47 AM
Architect's rendering of the Northern Cancer Lodge
Prince George, B.C. - The Canadian Cancer Society’s National President and CEO is in Prince George to see, first-hand, the local branch’s involvement in the Northern Cancer Control Strategy...
The society is taking a leadership role in establishing a Northern Cancer Lodge to support those undergoing treatment at the future Northern Cancer Treatment Centre. The lodge is estimated to cost between $12- and $13-million dollars, at this point -- its opening is hoped to coincide with the opening of the cancer centre in December of 2012.
President and CEO, Peter Goodhand, says the Canadian Cancer Society has between 12 and 15 similar facilities set up across the country. He says the lodges are “in essence, a home” for patients undergoing cancer treatment and their families – he says the environment needs to support people in the middle of treatment. He points...
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