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Courage lives inside all of us. For some, it may arise at moments of crisis and danger and for others it is a steadfast anchor that let’s us deal with our life and the lives of those around us.
When people of courage come together, it can open a path and change the balance of things. It can create miracles. It can be a presence in our minds, our hearts, in a patient’s room, at the research bench or beside an operating table.
Each and every one of us at UHN has courage within – patients, doctors, nurses, scientists, administrators and staff. It is connects us as human beings and fosters compassion, care and successful outcomes.
Courage. It is contagious. It lives in us. It lives here. And these are the stories that prove it.