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Researcher comforts sick babies with breath-of-life device

Dr. Jennifer Beck turns her fascination with muscle fatigue into a world-first technology that helps babies breathe easier.
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Research Innovation Council funds groundbreaking suicide research

Dr. Sakina Rizvi’s project is the only one of its kind in Canada.
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Soy protein under attack – for no good reason

The debate around the benefits and drawbacks of soy protein has been raging for years, but Dr. David Jenkins is ready to settle it once and for all. Put simply, it’s a good thing.
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Paying it forward

Every month for the past 34 years, Patricia Nilsson has transferred a small amount from her bank account to St. Michael’s Hospital Foundation. And at Christmas time, if she has enough to spare, she gives a little extra.
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Life After Breast Cancer

When one of her breast cancer patients was struck with severe depression and post-traumatic stress disorder after breezing through her treatment, Dr. Rashida Haq had a eureka moment. “I thought, wow, she had no problems during treatment, but after completing it, suddenly…” recalled Dr. Haq, a medical oncologist and assistant professor at the University of Toronto.
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Pushing the Boundaries of Brain Injury Research

As the helicopter landed on St. Mike’s helipad, a team of doctors raced to get Jane into emergency surgery after a motorcycle crash sent her careening headfirst into a guardrail.
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Back from the Brink

On New Year’s Eve, shortly after midnight, David Shellnutt was walking down Toronto’s Queen Street West with his girlfriend when he got into an altercation with two men in a passing car.
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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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