Dr. Robin McGee is a Registered Clinical Psychologist, mother, wife, educator and friend. Living in Port Williams, Nova Scotia, she has been a dedicated clinician in health and education settings for over 25 years. Since entering remission, she has been very active in patient advocacy, serving as the patient representative on several provincial and national initiatives aimed at improving standards of cancer care. She is also a peer support mentor and fund-raiser on behalf of the Canadian Cancer Society. The Cancer Olympics is her award-winning memoir of her cancer experiences. In 2015, Robin McGee was awarded the Canadian Cancer Society’s highest honour - the National Medal of Courage. In 2016, she was decorated with the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers by the Governor-General of Canada.
To read more about me visit my website, The Cancer Olympics.