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“A lot of things get stripped away when you have cancer, but I never lost my dignity," says Claire Edmonds, breast cancer survivor.
Young women with breast cancer face medical and psychological challenges that can be very different to those of their older peers.
Health-care professionals are paying attention to the unique needs, opportunities and challenges presented by Canada's aging population.
Sunnybrook is taking part in two global studies that could offer the best hope yet for answers on how to stop Alzheimer's disease in its tracks.
Targeted radiation technologies are bringing hope to men with advanced and metastasized prostate tumours.
A Sunnybrook team was the first in the world to deliver drugs non-invasively through the blood-brain barrier.
Heating a tumour makes it more receptive to radiation or chemo. Sunnybrook is perfecting the technique with real-time monitoring.