Testimonials

Laisse-toi être inspiré par les histoires de personnes qui ont obtenu du soutien essentiel de la Fondation : Québécois atteints, proches aidants, bénévoles, donateurs, etc. Trouve des réponses à tes questions et tes idées pour ton propre cheminement vers le bien-être. Tu n’es pas seul.

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Roxane S.'s story: 3 diagnoses at 31

“Some of the frustrations and negative feelings I was experiencing were perfectly normal. This knowledge went a long way towards facilitating my acceptance process.”
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Linda D.’s story: art therapy as a patient, but more importantly, as a loved one

“It’s a gift that I give myself once a week, a gift that transports me elsewhere and allows me to forget my difficult daily routine for a moment.”
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Jocelyne Cliche's story: resuming an active life

“Immediately after being diagnosed, I was already asking members of the healthcare team when I would be able to resume working.”
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Martine Filoni's story: the workshops benefits

“This winter, I very much enjoyed attending some of the workshops offered by the Quebec Cancer Foundation (QCF) such as Qi Gong, Yoga, Laughter is Health, and Visualization.”
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Marie-Pierre D’Amours' story: the gift of a 56th birthday

“The services offered by the Quebec Cancer Foundation are a jewel that is too little known, even now. For me, there is a noticeable difference between my life before the Foundation and my life after the Foundation.”
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Stephan Lavoie’s story: impeccable services near the treatment sites

“Nowhere have I found anything to compare with the human contact I received at the Foundation.”
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Annie L.'s story : breaking down isolation

“Art therapy was of great help in releasing my emotions and anguish I was experiencing on a daily basis. Also, ussi, Through the recommended readings of their documentalist, I was also greatly reassured by the stories of other people living with cancer."
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Serge D.'s story: coping with the precariousness of cancer

“I understand that the Support program for daily living activities will not solve my financial situation, but it is nonetheless a valuable source of support.”
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Édith D.'s story: a financial assistance that adapts to people with the disease

“I’m grateful to have the opportunity to bring a breath of fresh, hope-bearing air to those buffeted by cancer’s whimsies daily.”
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Andréanne Gouin’s story: feeling less alone and developing new friendships

“I was able to give free rein to my emotions through art - my favourite means of expression - and bonded anew with my own creative nature despite the ordeal I was facing!”
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Suzan C.’s story: the stress of rising medical bills

Cancer not only brings pain, but also the stress of rising medical bills.
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Dorothée Njuidje Kom’s story: cancer patient and caregiver at the same time

“Because my family lived so far away, I had to fully assume two simultaneous roles: cancer patient and my own caregiver.”​
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