Complementary cancer care alongside conventional treatment
Many people living with cancer seek complementary support alongside their conventional treatments. Why? Complementary therapies can significantly improve a patient’s quality of life by decreasing toxicity and side effects, strengthening the immune system, and supporting the body’s healing ability. We work with our patients and where possible collaborate with their oncologists, surgeons, and family doctors to develop therapeutic programs that help sustain wellness during and after treatment.
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Max Keeping, Retired CJOH-TV News Anchor
“I joined the board to find out more about the care.
Dr. Seely's patients kept telling me how much better they felt combining complementary care with their conventional treatments while I had been just doing my chemo and radiation. I love that what is offered here is complementary support. And the community needs to know that happens here.”
"Community Leaders Rally to Support the OICC Approach to Cancer"
John Kelly Chairs New Community Advisory Board
Community Leaders Max Keeping, Rabbi Bulka, Richard Patten, Jackie King, Stephen Lerner and Kyle Braatz Name Among Board Members
Several of Ottawa’s community leaders have rallied together as Board members to help raise awareness of the OICC’s leading edge approach to complementary cancer care and research.
John Kelly is one of Ottawa’s most esteemed entrepreneurs for leading many notable companies.
"The OICC is filling a gap within the cancer care system," said John Kelly, Co-founder of Murphy Business Ottawa and Co-owner of Comfort Keepers. "When I hear patients’ stories I see the tremendous impact the Centre is having on those living with cancer. I am inspired to help grow the Centre, to ensure anyone who faces cancer has access to this complementary care.”
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