Thanks to CHEO’s expertise and novel research, oncology patients now have better outcomes!
2022 McDonald’s Dream Team
Every year CHEO’s oncology patients bravely answer the call to become the faces of the CN Cycle for CHEO event as the McDonald’s Dream Team. They represent all children and teens in our region who are facing cancer.
Every dollar raised by CN Cycle for CHEO participants is transformational
CN Cycle for CHEO is a great opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children and youth facing an oncology diagnosis.
Kids are diagnosed with cancer each year at CHEO
Children are in active cancer treatment at CHEO
Of donations help CHEO's healthcare providers do their best.
How you can help:
Participate and fundraise until May 1 to help CHEO remain an innovative leader in creating better services and treatment options so that more kids survive cancer and thrive!
The children and youth confronted with a cancer diagnosis rely on the staff at CHEO to help them through this difficult journey. The staff’s expertise, cutting-edge research and special brand of care will ensure that about 80% of patients will survive their cancer diagnosis. But by continuously investing in research and uncovering new treatment plans our goal is to someday eradicate all pediatric cancers.
Please join us on May 1, 2022 and bring your energy and enthusiasm to help more kids survive cancer!
Did you know?
On average 80 kids are diagnosed with cancer each year at CHEO.
Each cancer patient gets a bell ceremony. Families, friends and CHEO staff gather to cheer on their patient as they ring the special bell to mark the end of their treatment. It is both an emotional and celebratory moment that highlights their courage.
Each patient receives a treatment plan unique to them.
Less invasive treatment = increased quality of life. Senior scientists at CHEO are producing oncolytic viruses capable of attacking cancer cells, while leaving healthy cells intact. This very promising therapy just began the clinical trials phase in adults.
Remission is achieved when all the cancer cells have been removed or destroyed and there is no evidence of cancer cells in the body.