Together We Are Stronger®

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Chronic diseases such as diabetes, cancer, arthritis, mental illness, and cardiovascular and chronic respiratory diseases are major contributors to reduced quality of life, loss of productivity, and increased hospitalization and health care costs as well as premature death in Canada. Out of every 5 Canadians aged 20 years or older, 3 have a chronic disease and 4 are at risk of developing a chronic condition.


Patient Story, Olga Lambert

Olga herself had Breast Cancer in 2009 and went to have 2 other cancers in the last 10 years. She is a three times Cancer survivor. She has made it her new mission to bring awareness to people to be pro-active and self-advocate of their health care.​​

Last Day in February

Rare Disease Day Awareness:

A time to educate and increase awareness while focusing on support and resources available. An opportunity to connect, talk and learn more about the impact of Rare Diseases. ​​


Patient Story, Caroline Rose Brownell

​​About two weeks into her life, she started vomiting bile. She would choke shortly after starting to eat. After various studies, she was diagnosed with Nasopharyngeal Reflux, Dysphagia, GERD, and Failure to Thrive. She was also diagnosed in the first year with a Stills heart murmur and Strabismus. ​​


Patient Story, Valerie Watier

​​Despite all the issues that having neurofibromatosis (NF), a rare disease that causes tumors to grow on and in the body has thrown at her – Val has not only remained positive about her own life, but has offered help and support to others. Val did not know what she had until middle age. ​​

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