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Alzheimer's on trial

Sunnybrook is taking part in two global studies that could offer the best hope yet for answers on how to stop the destructive disease in its tracks

A senior's moment in health care

Our aging population is dominating inpatient numbers in Canadian hospitals, and Sunnybrook is taking the initiative to improve their care and quality of life

Patients as teachers

Former patients play a crucial role at Sunnybrook by returning to the campus to help foster a constant climate of improvement

Hope and possibility

Young women with breast cancer face medical and psychological challenges that can be very different to those of their older peers. That’s why Sunnybrook launched the PYNK program

Keep learning and carry on

Advanced education is helping nurses expand their horizons – and mentor the colleagues who follow in their footsteps

Lean on me

Peer counselling at Sunnybrook’s NICU improves breastfeeding rates and outcomes for premature babies

Rewiring the brain

By targeting the circuitry in the brain, Sunnybrook doctors hope to pioneer a new approach to mental health treatment

New strategies, new victories

State-of-the-art targeted radiation for prostate tumours and metastases is bringing uncommon results to the most common male cancer

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