Sunnybrook is one of the only hospitals in Canada researching virtual reality and its place in a health-care setting
Sunnybrook’s trauma team provides state-of-the-art care to the most severely injured patients.
3-D mammograms could enhance breast cancer detection, and may also reduce the number of false alarms from breast cancer screenings.
"We found the elderly did not have the same immune response as younger adults, which is necessary to fight disease and injury," says Dr. Marc Jeschke.
Targeted radiation technologies are bringing hope to men with advanced and metastasized prostate tumours.
Bringing the new hardware, known as an MR-Linac, on stream will be a major leap forward in the treatment of cancer.
A Sunnybrook team was the first in the world to deliver drugs non-invasively through the blood-brain barrier.
Researchers hope to lower the risk of high blood pressure in First Nations communities through the use of culturally-relevant text messages.
Sunnybrook is one of the first centres in Canada to offer a new therapy option that reduces the need for subsequent surgery.
Vascular surgeons at Sunnybrook are pioneering a procedure typically used for heart patients to save the legs of diabetics with foot ulcers