Thanks to fantastic support from Fraser Valley residents, the BC Generations Project’s pop-up assessment centre in Abbotsford has been a huge success. By the time we close our doors on March 15, almost 1,200 new participants will have visited our assessment centre. We recently welcomed BC’s Health Minister Michael de Jong to tour our facility and meet a project participant (with video).
The results are in for the BC Generations Project’s recruitment activities in 2011. More than 10,000 British Columbians stepped forward last year and generously donated their time for cancer prevention!
The BC Cancer Agency is sending out a big thank you this week to acknowledge local residents who have enthusiastically offered 40 minutes of their time to help prevent cancer for future generations.
More than 1,100 participants visited the BC Generations Project’s Coquitlam assessment centre between August 16 and September 20, easily surpassing its recruitment goal.
We are in Coquitlam for a limited time, until the middle of September 2011.
Did you see our recent news coverage? We were featured on Global TV News on July 27! Follow the link to watch the video.
Why did you participate in the BC Generations Project? I chose to take part in the BC Generations project to show my appreciation for the professional and compassionate care I received throughout my cancer journey and also with the hope that by my contribution to research someone else might be spared the trauma of this disease. I wouldn’t want anyone […]
At our Prince George assessment centre, we saw a total of 1036 participants come through the doors between June 7 and July 9. Most participants lived in the Prince George area – but we also had people come in from Vanderhoof, Williams Lake, Quesnel, Hixon and even Willow River.
Residents of Northern B.C. are being invited to participate in a major cancer prevention study.
The B.C. Cancer Agency’s B.C. Generations Project will be providing the opportunity for residents, age 35 to 69, to contribute to a study which could possibly benefit the future health of British Columbians.
If you live in Prince George area or in Vancouver’s Lower Mainland, be sure to make an appointment to visit our assessment centre.
Prince George is now home to a BC Cancer Agency’s BC Generations Project clinic. It opened its doors this morning and is open to anyone aged 35 – 69 who would like to take part in this study.