“Go Grey in May” is a national campaign to raise awareness of brain tumours.
The Windsor Cancer Research Group honoured the support last week of three Ambassadors of Hope.
A signing ceremony Monday formally launched the WE-Spark Health Institute.
Wearing a grey ribbon during the month of May demonstrates and spreads brain tumour awareness.
An undergrad cancer researcher has developed a kids’ summer camp on the subject.
UWindsor faculty, students, and staff will join the Brain Tumour Walk on Saturday, June 9.
A reception Tuesday, March 20, will celebrate the accomplishments of UWindsor researchers.
“Cancer Researcher for a Day” allows child cancer survivors to learn about work to find cures and better treatments.
A collaborative session slated for April 7 will provide an opportunity to brainstorm on cancer research projects.