YES if it is a skin cancer (basal or squamous cell carcinoma) or a uterine cervical cancer in situ, as long as it has been successfully treated.
For any other type of cancer: consult with Héma-Québec staff.
- Child birth/Breast-feeding/Pregnancy
- Man who had sex with a man
- Sore throat
- Body piercing/Tattoos
- Tick bite
- Trali (Transfusion-Related Acute Lung Injury)
- For more information, please contact our Donor Services at:1 800 847.2525