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Bringing Down 'Canada's Disease'

Why this Toronto man is on a mission to halt multiple sclerosis
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Nurse's Son Pays it Forward

How a St. Michael's Hospital nursing student went from being 'The Talk' of her program to the inspiration for a scholarship
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There's an App for That

Connecting the Dots to Prevent the Spread of Global Infectious Diseases
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Pursuing the Next Big Breathrough

Meet the distinguished surgeon who is our new VP of Research and Innovation
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Stopping MS in its Tracks

Multiple sclerosis is Canada’s disease – one in 340 of us has it and every eight hours, another person is diagnosed. Here’s the good news. St. Michael’s Hospital will soon be home to an expanded and innovative MS centre.
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We Stop at Nothing

We hear it again and again. From patients. From physicians. From nurses. From donors. There’s a spirit of relentlessness at St. Michael’s Hospital. It’s a never-say-no attitude, a willingness to go beyond. It’s why St. Michael’s is legendary for taking on some of the world’s toughest health challenges.
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When Strokes Strike the Young

If you’re under the age of 55 you probably remember when you either wanted to be Dylan McKay, or date him. Actor Luke Perry played the resident heart-throb on the hit TV show Beverly Hills 90210, and to an entire generation he was forever cool and forever young. So when news broke of his death at age 52 of a massive stroke, there was first shock and an outpouring of sadness but then the question: how does someone so young die of a stroke?
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World Health Day

April 7 is World Health Day. To mark the occasion, we asked medical experts from across a range of departments at St. Michael’s Hospital for their best tips on how to live a healthy life.
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How to Deal with Grief

Grief is a universal experience. At some point in every life, we grieve – and the loss of someone we love can be the most intense grief of all.
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