Monthly Archives: June 2013

For many of us, having a smartphone or tablet allows us to check our email, update our social status or even tweet a friend,...

The WE-Can program is a 10-week Wellness and Exercise program for individuals living with Cancer and has four components: 1)      Individualized assessment (Complete medical history...

Before the birth of social media – Facebook and Twitter- two young girls longed to stay connected while in hospital and away from their...

For women diagnosed with a form of breast cancer known as estrogen receptor positive (ER+) breast cancer, tamoxifen is an essential drug used in...

I am pleased to have the opportunity to share some insight into my current research proposal that is supported though one of Prostate Cancer...

Trying to get a child to take their cough syrup can prove to be a difficult task, but the worst that can happen if...

Tomoko Okumura wields the power of music and uses it for the good of others. At the Juravinski Cancer Centre (JCC), Tomoko has hit a...

Imagine being able to predict – and prevent – whether a 2-year-old will be at risk of developing high cholesterol and suffering from a...

Technology being used in Rouge Valley Health System’s chemotherapy clinic is helping to improve efficiency, accuracy and patient care. One simple solution is a...

MRI scans have become vital diagnostic tools for hospitals around the world. Without exposing patients to radiation, MRI scans can show more precise detail and...