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    Meet the Health Research Problem Solvers of the Future.

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The 2021 Philanthropist is Here!

Meet the health research problem solvers of the future in this year’s issue, featuring early career investigator talent. Coming to your mailbox and available digitally!

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COVID-19 Update: learn what DMRF is doing to support health and wellness during this unprecedented time.

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​Welcome to the latest issue of The Philanthropist magazine!

Inside This Issue:

  • Surviving COVID-19:
  • Rick Cameron
  • A Professorship in Sexual Health
  • Improving Indigenous Health:
  • Dr. Debbie Martin
  • Planned Giving:
  • Gita Sinha’s Story
  • Breakthrough Breakfast 2020

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I’m proud to know that we have such great doctors and scientists right here in the Maritimes doing ground-breaking work in cancer immunotherapy. If I had been diagnosed even five years earlier, I would not be alive right now.

Dr. Chris Field, Cancer Survivor

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With breakthroughs in modern medicine, people are living longer lives than ever before. Research shows that by 2036, nearly one quarter of the Canadian population will be over the age of 65. An aging population means an increased risk of becoming frail, which can often lead to a lower quality of life and higher risk of death, hospitalization and institutionalization.

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