Fighting against the odds

Stephen Lewis came to Concordia last Wednesday evening in an effort to spark students into taking strong, active roles in the fight against cancer. The former Canadian ambassador to the UN and UN special envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa spoke about taking control in the face of cancer, a disheartening and often deadly disease, to an intimate gathering of people in the Hall building. Lewis’ visit to ConU was one of three university stops on the People vs. Cancer speaking tour organized by the Campaign to Control Cancer. Photos by Navneet Pall

 

 

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