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World-Firsts in Heart Care

HERE AT ST. MICHAEL’S GAIL WAS THE WORLD’S FIRST PATIENT TO HAVE THE PASCAL DEVICE IMPLANTED IN HER TRICUSPID VALVE. IT’S TRANSFORMING HOW CARDIOLOGISTS TREAT HIGH-RISK HEART PATIENTS EVERYWHERE.
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The Highest-Risk Cases

AT ST. MICHAEL'S 24 HEALTH-CARE SPECIALISTS MOBILIZED FOR EMERLINDA'S EMERGENCY DELIVERY. IT'S NO WONDER WE ARE KNOWN FOR TAKING ON THE HIGHEST-RISK CASES FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
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Tackling Multiple Sclerosis

WHILE TIM IS BATTLING MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AT HIS HOME ABROAD, HIS DISEASE IS BEING TACKLED BY SCIENTISTS IN TORONTO.
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Informing a National Pharmacare Plan

AS POLICYMAKERS IN OTTAWA EXPLORE A NATIONAL PHARMACARE PLAN, IT IS BEING INFORMED BY OUR RESEARCHERS AT VICTORIA AND SHUTER.
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Setting New Standards for Surgery

IN OPERATING ROOMS EVERYWHERE, DETERMINING WHAT WENT WRONG IS NEVER EASY. AT ST. MICHAEL'S, DR. GRANTCHAROV HAS INVENTED THE BLACK BOX THAT COULD CHANGE EVERYTHING.
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Leading the Way in Diversity and Equity

AROUND THE WORLD, FEMALE SURGEONS ARE FINALLY GETTING THE RECOGNITION THEY DESERVE. HERE AT HOME, DRS. ANDERSON, BAXTER AND THEIR COLLEAGUES ARE LEADING THE WAY.
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Full Circle

Born prematurely at St. Michael’s Hospital in June 2006, Isabelle Gudelevicius surprised her anxious first-time parents with her early arrival. Nearly 12 years later, the family has come full circle, with a birthday wish fulfilled and a return to St. Mike’s where it all began.In lieu of presents, Isabelle asked for donations to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit that had taken such good care of her.
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A Time for Celebration

Micaela Aguiar was home enjoying a relaxing Thanksgiving weekend with her family when, suddenly, her entire body went completely haywire. Fever, muscle aches, inflammation and uncontrollable itching overcame her. At first, she thought it was some kind of allergic reaction, but her condition became increasingly unbearable.
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Moving Mountains

It was one of those easy summer days. Diane and her husband Stan embarked on a leisurely canoe paddle to Killbear Park near their cottage. Shortly after leaving Stan noticed Diane was unusually quiet and decided to return to the cottage. As they docked Diane was disoriented wondering why they were walking across their neighbour’s property, when in fact they were on their own.
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Coming Soon: Peter Gilgan Patient Care Tower

Coming Soon: The New Peter Gilgan Patient Care Tower
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