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May 16 / 2016

Understanding a Broken Heart

If you think a genetic test can reveal the likelihood you’ll face heart failure in your future, you’re likely wrong. That was one of the messages delivered at the first scientific symposium hosted by the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research (TRCHR). Entitled Advances in Heart Failure: Science & Solutions, the two-day conference showcased research leaders from around the word and close to home.
May 12 / 2016

Depression a Risk for Post-ICU Caregivers

University of Toronto researchers have found that caregivers are at a high risk of developing clinical depression up to a year after their critically ill patients leave the intensive care unit (ICU). The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine on May 12, highlights the need to consider the mental health of caregivers in post-ICU care.
May 11 / 2016

New Organism Named After Late Professor Donald Low

An international group of microbiologists has honoured the memory of University of Toronto Professor Donald Low by using his name for a newly discovered strain of bacteria.
May 11 / 2016

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