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Yanique is a BioMedical Physics MSc student at Ryerson University, her research focuses on developing a new imaging modality for proton therapy cancer treatment.

 

She founded Help A Girl Out single handedly in 2016. Yanique has struggled with period poverty firsthand as a teenager when she was living in the Caribbean and during her undergraduate degree in Canada.

As a response to how widespread period poverty and period shame is, she started her advocacy from her very own community until officially registering HAGO in 2018.

CTV's Your morining interviews Yanique Brandford, the The Global Citizen Prize Canada's Hero award recipient

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Yanique is a BioMedical Physics MSc student at Ryerson University, her research focuses on developing a new imaging modality for proton therapy cancer treatment.

 

She founded Help A Girl Out single handedly in 2016. Yanique has struggled with period poverty firsthand as a teenager when she was living in the Caribbean and during her undergraduate degree in Canada.

As a response to how widespread period poverty and period shame is, she started her advocacy from her very own community until officially registering HAGO in 2018.

CTV's Your morining interviews Yanique Brandford, the The Global Citizen Prize Canada's Hero award recipient

 Interview of Global Citizen's

1st Canada's Hero award recipient

CTV's Your Morning

Yanique is a BioMedical Physics MSc student at Ryerson University, her research focuses on developing a new imaging modality for proton therapy cancer treatment.

 

She founded Help A Girl Out single handedly in 2016. Yanique has struggled with period poverty firsthand as a teenager when she was living in the Caribbean and during her undergraduate degree in Canada.

As a response to how widespread period poverty and period shame is, she started her advocacy from her very own community until officially registering HAGO in 2018.

CTV's Your morining interviews Yanique Brandford, the The Global Citizen Prize Canada's Hero award recipient

 Interview of Global Citizen's

1st Canada's Hero award recipient

CTV's Your Morning

Yanique is a BioMedical Physics MSc student at Ryerson University, her research focuses on developing a new imaging modality for proton therapy cancer treatment.

 

She founded Help A Girl Out single handedly in 2016. Yanique has struggled with period poverty firsthand as a teenager when she was living in the Caribbean and during her undergraduate degree in Canada.

As a response to how widespread period poverty and period shame is, she started her advocacy from her very own community until officially registering HAGO in 2018.

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