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“It’s a hospital, but it felt like home.”

Breast cancer survivor Vinny Bhathal is giving back to the St. Michael’s team that went above and beyond to give her the care and support she needed.
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True or False? Women’s health myths debunked (or confirmed)

We asked St. Michael’s health experts to weigh in on some common misconceptions about health issues facing women, and how they’re tackling them. Here is what they said.
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Women tackling multiple sclerosis

Drs. Dalia Rotstein and Shannon Dunn use their formidable skills to advance research, care and mentorship at St. Michael’s BARLO MS Centre.
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A complicated pregnancy

St. Michael’s maternal care team goes to the wall to deliver baby Sophia.
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Women in medical leadership: Where to now?

In honour of International Women’s Day, Dr. Carolyn Snider, Chief of Emergency Medicine, tells us how she encourages women to take on leadership roles.
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Dave Ayres makes NHL history – thanks to his mom and St. Michael’s kidney transplant team.

Dave Ayres never thought he’d play pro hockey again, let alone make NHL history. But he just did.
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“Women need to make sure they take care of themselves.”

Dr. Beth Abramson’s cutting-edge research is highlighting some previously unknown cardiovascular risk factors for younger – and older – women.
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Esports with a heart and a cause

Toronto Alpha Flight defeats all opponents in esport “fight for your city” and raises money for St. Michael’s trauma and neuro ICU.
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Introducing a revolution in brain and heart care

St. Michael’s Hospital is leading a revolution in brain and heart care. Join us in the home stretch of our campaign to build The Walter and Maria Schroeder BRAIN&HEART Centre, where the world’s top specialists treat the toughest neurological and cardiac cases.
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Why I became a St. Michael’s donor

Joan Shellnut tells how St. Michael’s saved her son David’s life and why she wants to give back
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