Advances in medical imaging at Sunnybrook will dramatically improve outcomes for cancer, cardiac and many other patients
Sunnybrook is not only Ontario’s go-to centre for cochlear implants, its physicians are working on new ways to restore sound to people facing deafness
Diabetics with arterial disease in their lower legs are being given a new lease on life with an angioplasty technique previously used only on cardiac patients
From SARS to the G20 to next year’s Pan Am Games, Sunnybrook experts help lead the response to actual and potential crises
Do antidepressants in pregnancy pose a real risk to the fetus? A Sunnybrook psychiatrist is researching this and other issues
A new study shows the positive impact of private rooms and other transformations at the Sunnybrook NICU
Sunnybrook’s Family Navigation Project is launching with a view to helping troubled young people get the help they need
A new film tells the story behind a breakthrough in breast cancer treatment that had its origins in Toronto.
Just this one short word is enough to strike fear in the heart of anyone diagnosed with cancer. But Sunnybrook researchers are making strides toward a future where chemotherapy will be simpler, safer and highly effective – and its devastating side effects a thing of the past.
When family members contest a will, who interprets what the deceased really meant? How one geriatric psychiatrist is helping the courts decide
Lifelike mannequins, advanced technology and seasoned staff provide a range of simulations to make everyone from new nurses to surgical residents more confident and better trained
It isn’t always the babies who face risk in complicated pregnancies. One mother says she owes her life to Sunnybrook’s expertise.
The Veterans Centre scored big when it granted James Houston the perfect hockey-themed wish
A new study in the journal PLOS ONE, ... suggests that hot weather rather than cold stormy weather increases the risk of drowning.
Jody Mitic has a goal this summer: he wants to win The Amazing Race Canada.