2022 SPRING IMPACT REPORT
Our 2022 Spring Impact Report, INVISIBLE TO INVINCIBLE, highlights a handful of ways that your investments are amplifying the voices of women, bridging the gender gap in women’s health research, and helping to fund vital equipment and upgrades at the province’s dedicated women’s hospital.
“I felt a rollercoaster of emotions during those early days,” reflects mom, Vivian Hui. “Both boys needed ventilator support from the beginning because their lungs weren’t yet fully developed.”
The Hui-Wong Household is a tumble of toddler playfulness. At the centre of the action, you’ll find two-year-old twins, Kieran and Corbin. It is hard to imagine that they arrived prematurely at 28 weeks gestation, spending the first three months of life in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at BC Women’s Hospital + Health Centre.
VENTILATORS BREATHE LIFE INTO NEWBORNS WHO ARRIVE TOO SOON
BC Women’s Hospital + Health Centre cares for approximately 1,700 of the most critically ill and premature infants every year…
PACIFIC BLUE CROSS CHAMPIONS HEALTH EQUITY WITH INSIGHTS AND INNOVATION
Pacific Blue Cross began a journey with BC Women’s Health Foundation three years ago to take a leadership role in improving women’s health in British Columbia…
BEATING BACK BREAST CANCER USING TINY MEDICAL TOOLS
Dr. Nikki Salmond hopes to deliver a one-two knockout punch to triple-negative breast cancer, an aggressive subtype of the disease that currently has limited treatment options…
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