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Toronto Western’s Neuro Interventional Radiology team performs world's first in-human robotic aneurysm treatment opening new options for timely ischemic stroke care.
In OR of surgery
Enabling greater access to stroke treatment through remote robotics
On a medical volunteer trip to Malawi, Dr. Karim Taha of the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre, discovered the impact of sharing resources with underdeveloped countries.
Karim Taha talking to a nurse in Malawi
'Equipment we no longer use can make a difference elsewhere'
UHN researchers find that for certain conditions, patients with limited English proficiency may be readmitted to hospital more often.
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The language of health
Conversations with former leaders who helped shape today’s UHN and impacted healthcare
Dr. Langer
UHN launches ‘Oral History Project’
Renowned medical physicist and recipient of 2017 UHN Global Impact Award spent more than 40 years at the Ontario Cancer Institute at the Princess Margaret.
John Cunningham
Remembering John (Jack) Cunningham
Krembil researchers have studied lupus for half a century. They’re now looking at new ways of treating, and potentially stopping, this debilitating disease.
Lupus patient with daughter
Living with Lupus 
“Behind the Breakthrough,” featuring one-on-one conversations with UHN researchers, recognized by the 2020 Canadian Podcast Awards.
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Listen up! UHN podcast earns two national award nominations
Study by UHN researchers finds that home dialysis is linked to lower healthcare costs and better patient outcomes.
Dialysis study
Home advantage
Study led by Dr. Mojgan Hodaie of Krembil Research Institute provides new insight into how radiation relieves chronic facial pain.
Dr. Mojgan Hodaie
A surgery that helps people smile
 In UHN’s “Behind the Breakthrough,” Dr. Donald Weaver, Director of the Krembil Research Institute, discusses embracing failure on journey to a cure for Alzheimer’s.
Dr. Donald Weaver
Beating back Alzheimer’s, one poem at a time
In UHN’s “Behind the Breakthrough,” the Princess Margaret’s Dr. Michael Hoffman discusses leveraging the power and speed of computers to understand cancer’s origins.
Dr. Michael Hoffman
Using computers to understand cancer
In UHN’s “Behind the Breakthrough,” Dr. Kristin Musselman of Toronto Rehab’s KITE Research Institute discusses helping partially injured spinal cord patients walk.
Dr. Kristin Musselman
Pioneering research designed to get spinal cord injured patients mobile
Dr. Valerie Wallace sits down with “UHN’s Behind the Breakthrough” podcast to discuss reversing blindness and the serendipity of science.
Dr. Valerie Wallace
On a mission to restore vision
In UHN’s “Behind the Breakthrough,” Dr. Michael Laflamme, Principal Investigator at UHN’s McEwen Stem Cell Institute wants to reverse heart failure using stem cells.
Dr. Michael Laflamme
Repairing broken hearts with stem cells
In UHN’s “Behind the Breakthrough,” Dr. Jenny Campos of Toronto Rehab discusses mimicking the real world through lab simulation to prevent falls and collisions.
Dr. Jenny Campos
Overcoming ‘imposter syndrome’ and helping the elderly live well
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