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A More Powerful Way to Develop Therapeutics?

Neuropathology

Envisioning the Future of Neuropathology

Order of Canada Medal

Order of Canada

Three Faculty of Medicine Members to Receive Canada’s Highest Honor

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UofTMed — Summer 2016

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From the Dean

Dean Trevor Young,

MD, PhD, FRCPC, FCAHS

Taking Pride in Care for LGBTQ+ Community

With all the celebrations and rainbow flags marking Toronto’s Pride Month — including our own #DisplayYourPride installation at MSB — it’s easy to believe that the prejudice and stigma that once surrounded the LGBTQ+ community is just a historical footnote.

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Thinking holistically about kids’ health

The more we study the conditions that straddle mental and physical health, the more we realize just how interconnected they are.

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