Breast Imaging Matters

All donations received in support of breast imaging between April 1, 2024 and July 31, 2024 will be matched up to $200,000.

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Today, 23,000 people from across southwestern Ontario receive breast care at St. Joseph’s. 

Part of that care is focused on diagnosing and detecting breast cancer. Using the best imaging equipment means finding cancer sooner. That’s why we are updating all of our breast imaging equipment. 

It will give you and those you love safer, faster, and more precise diagnosis and treatment. 

Your support is urgently needed to purchase and replace the equipment. And thanks to a generous anonymous donor; all gifts will be doubled up to $200,000 until July 31, 2024. 

Your donation matters to people receiving breast care. 

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Learn more about the people impacted by St. Joseph's Breast Care Program

Krista Wilde sitting on a couch
Meet Krista
A single mom, with no history of breast cancer in her family, Krista was terrified when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, not just once but twice. Thanks to her family’s support and the care team at St. Joseph’s, she’s embracing the future with optimism.
Helen Berner sitting on a couch with three dachshund dogs
Meet Helen
One morning while in the shower, she discovered a grape-sized lump under her breast. At first, she didn’t think too much about it, but as the days passed she became more aware of and concerned about its presence. Her healthcare journey is a positive one because her cancer was caught early.
Doug Webber and his daughter Kareen enjoy coffee together
Meet Doug and Kareen
Doug Webber has been donating to St. Joseph's Breast Care Program for decades in memory of his wife Myrra and for the love of his daughters, granddaughter and great-granddaughter.