DARE TO FLASH A STACHE 2021
It’s time to “Dare to Flash A Stache”. This event is hosted by the Black Walnut Group, of the greater Winchester area, supported by Prostate Cancer Network Ottawa.
This year we are encouraging individuals, businesses, organizations, local groups, companies, and families to raise funds for two local programs. The monies raised will be shared equally between the WDMH Foundation (Winchester District Memorial Hospital) and The Ottawa Hospital Foundation.
Joint Black Walnut (Winchester) Group - PCNO Presentation – June 17, 2021 at 7:00 PM
Join us for this joint session. Firstly we will provide details on this year’s Dare To Flash A ‘Stache Fundraising event. This annual event sponsored by the Black Walnut Group raises funds for both the Winchester District Memorial Hospital and The Ottawa Hospital.
The Ottawa Hospital- Experts on Call Cancer Care and Research - June 10th - 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
You are invited to the Ottawa Hospital’s June 10th - Experts on Call-Cancer Care and Research event that will be an informative hour of updates from their specialists in Cancer Care and Research.
Update - from Thursday, May 20, 2021 – 7:00 PM
Meghan has provided a copy of her presentation on May 20, 2021 as well as some useful links.
Presentation by Meghan McInnis, M.Sc., from the Sexual Health Research Lab (Department of Psychology) at Queen’s University. She will discuss research findings on mental and sexual wellbeing in individuals diagnosed with prostate cancer.
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The Walnut, Winter 2021
The Walnut is the official newsletter for PCN Ottawa, currently published approximately four times a year.