Score Big: Own a Piece of Oilers History & Support Cancer Treatment!

Cure Cancer Foundation
News Bulletin
May 1, 2024

Extremely Limited Edition Oilers Print up for Auction!

🟠🔵Let's Go Oilers! 🟠🔵

As the Edmonton Oilers hopefully defeat the LA Kings tonight and move on to the second round of the playoffs, we have an exciting opportunity to announce.


Stream-Flo Industries Ltd. has generously donated a remarkable piece of Oilers history for auction. It's a limited-edition photographic print featuring Oilers Legends Wayne Gretzky, Kevin Lowe, and Mark Messier, with all of their signatures.


Proceeds from this auction will support the purchase of an MR-Sim diagnostic MRI treatment machine at The Cross Cancer Institute.


This print is one of only four of its kind, valued at $8,000. Protected by museum-grade varnish, it's built to last.


Each print includes a Certificate of Authenticity (COA) and a detailed item description.


Give this print a well-deserved home while raising funds for cancer treatment.

Doctors have used Computed Tomography (CT) technology to see inside the human body to find and target cancer tumours with radiation. CT tech takes x-ray images of the subject from different angles and uses computer processing to create images of soft tissues in your body. However, CT technology cannot always see all organs and tumours.


A magnetic resonance simulator (MR-Sim) can be an alternative to CT scanning.


It produces high-quality scans of a cancerous area, providing images with improved soft tissue definition, defining the scope of
treatment with greater clarity and minimizes the risk of damaging healthy cells.

MR-Sim is a diagnostic MRI adapted to optimize radiotherapy treatment planning. It can map a patient’s body before receiving radiation therapy using the made-in-Alberta LINAC-MR. This state-of-the-art radiotherapy device can accurately target cancer cells that are often difficult to radiate due to the body’s internal mobility.

We are proud to announce that our toast raised $450,000 to directly fund two new CAR T-cell immunotherapy labs at the Cross Cancer Institute, which will drastically bring down the cost of this groundbreaking cancer treatment.


In addition to the funds raised at the event, We are delighted to inform you that online donations have contributed an additional $30,000 to our cause. With the invaluable support of our community, we have surpassed our initial goal, raising just under $500,000.

Grant Pilgrim's Story

Grant Pilgrim, Stream Flo group's vice president of health, safety, environment and technical training, is a cancer survivor. He was first diagnosed with cancer in 2014 and then faced the disease again in 2020.  His resilience led him to overcome cancer twice, and he continues to be in remission.


You can learn more about Grant, and Stream Flo's $1.5 Million cancer fundraising commitment by watching this short video.

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