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May 2011

Links to media reports about Mount Sinai Hospital.

Neonatal Intensive Care UNit Family Integrated Care Program
Matt Galloway from CBC Metro Morning spoke with Jack Hourigan, a participant in the Family Integrated Care program when her daughter Tess was born in February, nearly three months premature.

Family Integrated Care
Global Toronto explores the Family Integrated Care program in the Leadership Sinai Level II Nursery which empowers parents of premature babies to care for their growing infants.

Understanding COPD
Dr. Meyer Balter, Director of the Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Education Clinic speaks to Canadian Health and Family about COPD and how it can be managed effectively.

Hold the (cell)phone. Sperm quality may be at risk
Dr. Keith Jarvi, Director of the Murray Koffler Urologic Wellness Centre speaks to The Globe and Mail about new research suggesting daily cellphone use could have a negative impact on male fertility.

Approval sought for a Viagra condom in Europe
Dr. Keith Jarvi, Director of the Murray Koffler Urologic Wellness Centre speaks with the Toronto Star about a new condom for erectile disfunction that may soon receive regulatory approval in Europe.

Nanny Angel Network
This group of professionally trained nannies their time to provide childcare, at no cost, to mothers diagnosed with cancer. Nurse Clinician Linda Muraca of the Marvelle Koffler Breast Centre speaks to the benefit for the patients and Mount Sinai providing the volunteers with breast health education.


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