1st Annual Skin Cancer Canada Golf Tournament

par CANADIAN SKIN CANCER FOUNDATION

  • lundi, 15 mai 2017 de 7:00 Matin à 6:00 Après-midi (HAC)
  • The Country Club 20 Lloyd Street, Woodbridge, ON L4L 2B9

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SAVE THE DATE - MAY 15, 2017

Skin Cancer is the most common type of cancer today, with new cases outnumbering prostate, breast, colon and lung cancer combined.

Skin Cancer is treatable and preventable.

Help us raise awareness, fund research and support those afflicted and their families.

Détails

The Country Club

20 Lloyd St., Woodbridge, ON  L4L 2B9

7:00 a.m. Registration

8:30 a.m. Shotgun Start

*Early bird discount until February, 28, 2017 ($1,800 foursome reg. $2,000)

For more information, contact:

Abbas Khan, akhan@skincancercanada.ca or Sharon Cooper, scooper@skincancercanada.ca

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The Country Club
20 Lloyd Street, Woodbridge, ON L4L 2B9

15 mai 2017
lundi, 15 mai 2017 7:00 Matin (HAC)

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Skin Cancer Canada is a national foundation dedicated to educating Canadians on the risks, prevention and treatment of all forms of skin cancer. It is also within our Mission to support those affected by skin cancer and their families. Skin Cancer Canada’s Board of Directors are a group of dedicated, committed individuals with a history of success in both the not for profit and private sector fields. We recognized the urgent need to have a true national voice raising awareness, and providing education on prevention, as well as working with those affected by skin cancers – in every province from coast to coast. We truly want to make a difference. Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer. It is also one of the most preventable. We believe there is a need for a pan-Canadian voice that resonates equally in raising awareness and providing common sense and support for the thousands of Canadians who are diagnosed each year.