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You Can Help!

Clinical trials and analyses are costly.  Currently, costs have been generously covered by the St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation for one year and some smaller projects, but the bulk of funds are raised by the hematologists via preceptorships (educational day long programs) with pharmaceutical companies, donation of honoraria for educational lectures given, and sporadic charitable donations from the pharmaceutical industry.  Having a secure source of funding for a period of time would allow the hematologists to devote more of their time and energy toward innovative projects aimed at improving the state of knowledge about blood disorders and blood cancers, and ultimately improving the care of our patients living with blood disorders and blood cancers.

If you are interested in receiving more information or in making a donation to the Hematology/Oncology Research Fund, please go to the St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation’s website at: helpstpauls.com and follow these instructions:

  1. Click ‘Donate Now’ in the top left corner
  2. A new page will appear. Select the donation amount of your choice.
  3. In the ‘Choose a fund’ drop box, select ‘Other’
  4. in the ‘Other designated fund’ box, type ‘1866121’
  5. Fill in the remaining mandatory boxes and click ‘Donate now’

You may also contact Tracie Watson, Manager, Major Gifts for St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation  604-806-9891 or by email at twatson2@providencehealth.bc.ca

Thank you for helping us to continue to improve our understanding of blood disorders and blood cancers and the treatments available to our patients.  Your donation, whether large or small, will help us to continue to improve our understanding of and treatments for blood disorders and blood cancers.

Help St. Paul’s: How to Give

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Keeping ahead of COVID-19

As you are well aware, there is a global response to the COVID-19 epidemic and recently the Canadian Government has asked all of us to stay home, work remotely whenever possible, and make every effort to keep ourselves healthy as we strive to reduce the spread of the virus. Providence Hematology is committed to the health of our staff, our patients, and our communities and as such, we will be taking the necessary steps to keep everyone safe.