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Aloha means mutual regard and affection and extends warmth in caring.

Cancer is a devastating disease that touches many people in our community, just like Terry.

Professional training and high-tech tools are costly, but they’re also critical to our medical team – and vital to better patient outcomes. Your thoughtful generosity makes all these things possible and helps provide the comforting extra touches too.

In a word, your compassionate gift will help spread the warm and caring spirit of Aloha to patients, their families, and our dedicated healthcare professionals.

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Dr Samantha Gray Medical Oncologist
Dr. Samantha Gray Medical Oncologist

It’s cancer… I hope you never hear those devastating words. But, if – perish the thought – it happens, I hope you know that all of us in oncology are here to care for you.

Your gifts to our hospital do so much to help patients. Your donations enhance cancer care and help so many patients and families in our community. Whatever you feel comfortable giving will help us continue to deliver life-sustaining, personalized care to our patients.

If you can, please donate to help cancer patients and their families.

Terry Haggerty Grateful Patient
Terry Haggerty Grateful Patient

There are lots of things that wouldn’t be possible without donors like you and me.

When you stand behind our incredible healthcare professionals like my oncologist, Dr. Samantha Gray and my radiation oncologist, Dr. Robert Thompson – when you support their lifesaving work with your donations - you are spreading the spirit of Aloha.

You’re helping patients all over New Brunswick have more time to enjoy their version of paradise.

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