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UHN research shows that heart health is not monitored according to risk in women with breast cancer.
Dr. Paaladinesh Thavendiranthan
Caught off guard
New institute will help clinicians, scientists and researchers based at Toronto Western Hospital work together to seek better treatments and cures for diseases of the brain, spine and nerves.
Zadeh and Weaver
UHN establishes Krembil Brain Institute to harmonize and integrate clinical and research programs
Trio of fundraising events by The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation over a week will benefit the work at the cancer centre.
2018 Journey to Conquer Caner
Walkers, runners, cyclists and golfers raise more than $21 million for cancer research
Eden Adejobi, patient at the Red Blood Cell Clinic at Toronto General Hospital, shares his journey living with this rare genetic condition for World Sickle Cell Day.
Eden Adejobi
Overcoming the challenges of living with sickle cell disease
In this month’s edition, flag-raising for Pride, World No Tobacco Day and National Cancer Survivors Day.
UHN on the go
UHN on the Go: June 2018
Astrocytes, specialized cells that neutralize the damaging effects of eye diseases like glaucoma, may be the key to vision loss.
Retinal astrocytes
Scientists discover signaling pathway that may prevent eye damage
Toronto Rehab study finds combining aerobic and resistance training significantly enhances stroke recovery.
patient doing exercise
The right prescription for exercise
The lights display celebrates the Global Hepatitis Summit 2018, taking place this week in Toronto.
CN Tower
Look up: CN Tower in red and yellow helps raise awareness of hepatitis
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