Dr. Robert Nam’s team is leading the fight against the disease, from early detection and surgery to genetic research and prevention
If the stent revolutionized heart care, the groundbreaking TAVI treatment has raised the bar again. But it took the generosity of donors to ensure the program could continue saving lives.
“If they can put a man on the moon, why not a minimally invasive way to repair a mitral valve?” Therese Rashotte wanted to know..
Toronto’s horrific Danzig Street mass shooting made for a night of intense drama at Sunnybrook’s trauma centre
Robert Kane says he is alive today because of Sunnybrook’s leading research in stroke prevention, treatment and rehabilitation
A story of a daughter’s bravery in overcoming addiction is music to her mother’s ears
Even as Sunnybrook’s NICU staff are helping premature babies win the fight to survive, they take care to nurture their early relationships with the parents
After a distinguished military and professional life, Joseph Clark needed a sanctuary that could deal patiently with his dementia. He found it at Sunnybrook
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and RBC partner to help youth with mental health issues
Hospital recognized as One of Canada's Greenest Employers for 2013
Congratulations to Sunnybrook neuropsychiatrist Dr. Anthony Feinstein as his documentary Under Fire: Journalists in Combat has recently won a prestigious Peabody award...
Hospital launches new Smart Energy Actions Program
Researchers at St. Michael's Hospital and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre along with paramedics in the Greater Toronto Area are taking part in two of the largest clinical trials in the world aimed at finding ways to improve survival rates of people who suffer a cardiac arrest outside of a hospital
Delivering twins by planned vaginal birth is just as safe as delivering them by planned cesarean section, according to the newly released findings of the Twin Birth Study, a multi-site trial led by Sunnybrook.
A significant portion of people with unexplained strokes has silent atrial fibrillation, researchers in 16 Canadian stroke centres discovered as part of the largest study and first randomized clinical trial of heart monitoring in stroke patients.