Zapping tumours with focused ultrasound and putting new cancer drugs to the test: just two of CeRIGT’s leading-edge projects
Someone in Canada develops dementia every five minutes, a rate that is projected to more than double over the next thirty years.
Simulated medical procedures are a key component of teaching the next generation of health-care professionals
We often hear the phrase “teaching hospital.” But what does it actually mean?
New minimally invasive cardiac procedures are saving lives and aiding speedier recovery
Sunnybrook’s Dr. Bradley Strauss is about to launch the world’s first large-scale clinical trial for a revolutionary investigational drug.
Car-crash victim Sarah Ginn was given the last rites. Then Sunnybrook’s trauma team set to work.
Critically-injured patients who arrive at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre’s trauma unit benefit from lessons learned in military combat.
Bipolar teen’s case shows benefits of the synergies that come from working across disciplines
Stroke is one of the leading causes of death and disability in Canada. But what is not widely known is that patients often develop depression after a stroke, even if they have fully recovered from it.
Doctors and researchers at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre are conducting world-class research and designing new therapies to save and extend the lives of cancer patients.
Sunnybrook’s Dr. Paul Karanicolas and Dr. Yoo-Joung Ko are about to launch a pioneering pilot program for a chemotherapy delivery device for patients with colorectal cancer that has spread to multiple sites in the liver.