The MR-Linac allows doctors and radiation therapists to see immediately if a tumour is responding to radiation.
Sunnybrook Magazine – Spring 2018
These first-in-Canada technologies are improving cancer treatment
Three innovative radiation technologies mean faster and more effective treatments for multiple types of cancer.
How facial prosthetics are made using 3-D printing
The step-by-step process that Sunnybrook has developed for building a craniofacial prosthetic with 3-D printing.
Network of experts gives patients with rare skin disorder a fighting chance
Sonia Whyte-Croasdaile, pictured above, suffered from a rare toxic epidermal disease, which affects every surface of the body and requires extensive...
Revolutionizing colorectal cancer care with minimally invasive surgery
Sunnybrook’s novel surgical procedure for treating rectal cancer is being adopted by a network of specialists
How a trail-blazing surgery transformed this Canadian athlete’s life
An innovative surgery helps a young quadriplegic man realize his dream to play on Canada’s wheelchair rugby team
How bedside allergy testing could help curb antibiotic resistance
Sunnybrook study has found that more than 80 per cent of patients with a penicillin allergy were able to tolerate the drug without serious...
Signed, sealed and delivered: behind the scenes of Sunnybrook’s pharmacy services
When it comes to medications, patients are likely unaware of the level and complexity of training, care and time involved. The members of...
The inspiration behind the Latifi’s philanthropy
Marilena and Michael Latifi are longtime supporters of Sunnybrook, through their annual Sofina & Amici Golf Classic.
Sunnybrook brings life-saving skills to first responders and the public
Participants of Stop the Bleed learn how to deal with uncontrolled bleeding in trauma victims.