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Research on Gonorrhea Uncovers New Immune System Trigger

Researchers at the University of Toronto have uncovered how Gram-negative bacteria — a broad class of bugs that cause diseases ranging from gonorrhea to diarrhea and pneumonia — can trigger a reaction from our immune system.
Jun 9 / 2015

Strengthening Developing Countries through Forensic Medicine

The Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto is pleased to announce the establishment of the G. Raymond Chang Forensic Pathology Fellow at the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology following a landmark $2 million gift by the Raymond Chang Foundation.
Jun 9 / 2015

Remembering Jack Laidlaw

On Saturday June 6, Institute of Medical Science (IMS) co-founder Dr. Jack Laidlaw passed away at the age of 94.
Jun 8 / 2015

New Hope for an Intractable Leukemia?

U of T researchers have made an exciting discovery in the search for new ways to shut down Human Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML), a particularly aggressive blood cancer. Professor Aaron Schimmer
Jun 8 / 2015

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