When Bill George was admitted to the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre, he was told he would need a Left Ventricular Assist Device to survive. Despite the procedural risks, Bill knew he had ‘nothing to lose and everything to gain.’
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. A newly published study shows strong promise for the efficacy of a drug that enhances the resilience of brain cells during a stroke.
The Peter Munk Cardiac Centre’s clinicians and researchers are encouraged to take their training to underserved parts of the planet.
New study in Arthritis Research and Therapy targets the meaning of increased tiredness in complex autoimmune diseases.
On Valentine’s Day 2017, Joanne Kearney was admitted to Toronto General Hospital with 4% kidney function.
Osteoarthritis afflicts one in six Canadians. Our scientists are hoping to stop it before it starts. (By Sarmishta Subramanian)
Through persistent recruitment and retention of outstanding clinicians and scientists, the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre will shape the future of cardiovascular care.
They restore hope and confidence, and they give people a second chance at life, but these devices aren’t cheap.