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Archived News Stories

December 2011

Mount Sinai and Sick Kids team up to save baby Kaito

Dr. Greg Ryan, head of Maternal Fetal Medicine collaborated with doctors at Sick Kids to help deliver baby Kaito, born with a cervical teratoma - a tumour on the side of his nick and head.

Egg donor and recipient relationships

Samantha Yee, a doctoral student and social worker at the Centre for Fertility and Reproductive Health conducted a study on egg donors and donor family issues.

Male fertility treatments for cancer survivors

Dr. Keith Jarvi, Chief Staff Urologist and Dr. Kirk Lo, Urologist, tell Global's Beatrice Politi about two new experiments being conducted at Mount Sinai surrounding male fertility.

Innovative program attracts new donors

The Venture Sinai program allows donors to choose how their money will be spent.

Violence against women a serious health-care issue

Dr. Anne Biringer and Social Worker Christine Bradshaw tell Canadian Jewish News how health-care providers need to be aware of abuse and take necessary action.  

Detailed molecular 'signature' for Tankyrase obtained

The Lunenfeld's Drs. Frank Sicheri, Tony Pawson and Sebastian Guettler have made a discovery on the structure of Tankyrase.

Women with BRCA variants don't have worse cancer outcomes, study shows

Dr. Pamela Goodwin, Director, Oncology, Marvelle Koffler Breast Centre and principal investigator at the Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute is lead author of the study.

The fight to end violence against women

Councillor Mike Layton spoke at Mount Sinai Hospital to mark the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.

In-demand program at Mount Sinai helps mature women

Dr. Wendy Wolfman describes the Mature Women's Health Program, which she helped launch.

Mount Sinai expansion to boost maternity care

The Hospital is on the brink of opening its six new floors of the Frances Bloomberg Centre for Women's and Infants' Health.

Mount Sinai a world leader in using technology to enhance patient care

Dr. Mirek Otremba is looking forward to having iRobot's AVA follow him with his iPad while doing his rounds.

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