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News-Medical-Net
Scientists detect common brain impairments in children with ASD, ADHD and OCDtract, the corpus callosum, is the largest in the brain and among the first to
Scientists detect common brain impairments in children with ASD, ADHD and OCD
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 hours ago
tract, the corpus callosum, is the largest in the brain and among the first to develop. The research team, from CAMH, the Hospital for Sick Children and Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, also found children with autism and ADHD... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'
Comox Valley Record / Posted 2 hours ago
stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per cent, according to a report out of Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children). One Chinese study following a decade’s worth of diagnosed cases reported 52 per cent either died... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 2 hours ago
stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per cent, according to a report out of Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children). One Chinese study following a decade’s worth of diagnosed cases reported 52 per cent either died... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'
Oak Bay News / Posted 2 hours ago
stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per cent, according to a report out of Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children). One Chinese study following a decade’s worth of diagnosed cases reported 52 per cent either died... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 2 hours ago
stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per cent, according to a report out of Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children). One Chinese study following a decade’s worth of diagnosed cases reported 52 per cent either died... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 3 hours ago
stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per cent, according to a report out of Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children). One Chinese study following a decade’s worth of diagnosed cases reported 52 per cent either died... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 3 hours ago
stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per cent, according to a report out of Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children). One Chinese study following a decade’s worth of diagnosed cases reported 52 per cent either died... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 3 hours ago
stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per cent, according to a report out of Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children). One Chinese study following a decade’s worth of diagnosed cases reported 52 per cent either died... Read more
8 related stories
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Alberni Valley News
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'
Alberni Valley News / Posted 3 hours ago
stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per cent, according to a report out of Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children). One Chinese study following a decade’s worth of diagnosed cases reported 52 per cent either died... Read more
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BC Local News
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per
Healing 'the sickest a child can ever be'
BC Local News / Posted 3 hours ago
stillbirth or decisions to terminate the pregnancy (the latter at 29 to 51 per cent, according to a report out of Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children). One Chinese study following a decade’s worth of diagnosed cases reported 52 per cent either died... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Study: Severe birth defects not as lethal as once thoughtis unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study’s lead author and a p
Study: Severe birth defects not as lethal as once thought
Detroit Free Press / Posted 6 hours ago
is unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study’s lead author and a palliative care specialist at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children. Most infants in her study who had surgery were at least 3 months old when they had the... Read more
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FOX News
Severe birth defects not as lethal as docs once said, study findsis unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study's lead author and a p
Severe birth defects not as lethal as docs once said, study finds
FOX News / Posted 7 hours ago
is unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study's lead author and a palliative care specialist at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children. Most infants in her study who had surgery were at least 3 months old when they had the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study reveals insights into survival, surgical interventions for children with trisomy 13 and 18about longer-term survival complicates clinical decision making. Related Stori
Study reveals insights into survival, surgical interventions for children with trisomy 13 and 18
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 hours ago
about longer-term survival complicates clinical decision making. Related Stories Katherine E. Nelson, M.D., of the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, and colleagues examined survival and utilization of any type of surgery among children... Read more
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CTV News
Severe birth defects not as lethal as docs once said, study suggestsis unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study's lead author and a p
Severe birth defects not as lethal as docs once said, study suggests
CTV News / Posted 9 hours ago
is unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study's lead author and a palliative care specialist at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children. Most infants in her study who had surgery were at least 3 months old when they had the... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Severe birth defects not as lethal as docs once said: Studyis unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study's lead author and a p
Severe birth defects not as lethal as docs once said: Study
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 21 hours ago
is unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study's lead author and a palliative care specialist at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children. Most infants in her study who had surgery were at least 3 months old when they had the... Read more
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WDIO Duluth
Severe Birth Defects Not as Lethal as Docs Once Said: Studyis unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study's lead author and a p
Severe Birth Defects Not as Lethal as Docs Once Said: Study
WDIO Duluth / Posted 23 hours ago
is unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study's lead author and a palliative care specialist at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children. Most infants in her study who had surgery were at least 3 months old when they had the... Read more
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Salon.com
Severe birth defects not as lethal as docs once saidis unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study’s lead author and a p
Severe birth defects not as lethal as docs once said
Salon.com / Posted 23 hours ago
is unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study’s lead author and a palliative care specialist at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children. Most infants in her study who had surgery were at least 3 months old when they had the... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Severe birth defects not as lethal as docs once saidis unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study's lead author and a p
Severe birth defects not as lethal as docs once said
Hawaii News Now / Posted yesterday
is unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study's lead author and a palliative care specialist at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children. Most infants in her study who had surgery were at least 3 months old when they had the... Read more
9 related stories
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Daily Herald
Severe birth defects not as lethal as docs once said: Studyis unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study's lead author and a p
Severe birth defects not as lethal as docs once said: Study
Daily Herald / Posted yesterday
is unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study's lead author and a palliative care specialist at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children. Most infants in her study who had surgery were at least 3 months old when they had the... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Donaldson among best Jays evermoney for a 36-year-old lefty who has seen better days. The best part of Phil
Donaldson among best Jays ever
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 2 days ago
money for a 36-year-old lefty who has seen better days. The best part of Phil Kessel bringing the Stanley Cup to The Hospital for Sick Children: He didn’t tell anyone he was doing it. He wanted it private. For a player who had suffered his... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Simmons Says: Josh Donaldson already among best Blue Jays evermoney for a 36-year-old lefty who has seen better days. The best part of Phil
Simmons Says: Josh Donaldson already among best Blue Jays ever
Calgary Sun / Posted 2 days ago
money for a 36-year-old lefty who has seen better days. The best part of Phil Kessel bringing the Stanley Cup to The Hospital for Sick Children: He didn’t tell anyone he was doing it. He wanted it private. For a player who had suffered his... Read more
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The Scientist
Week in Review: July 18–22competition Brain cells compete with one another for space in memory-storing g
Week in Review: July 18–22
The Scientist / Posted 5 days ago
competition Brain cells compete with one another for space in memory-storing groups called engrams. Scientists at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto have now shown that, in mice, engrams formed closer in time to one another are more... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Granny Kessel sips champagne from Stanley Cupalso journeyed to Toronto, where he spent six seasons with the Maple Leafs, to
Granny Kessel sips champagne from Stanley Cup
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 6 days ago
also journeyed to Toronto, where he spent six seasons with the Maple Leafs, to cap his 24 hours with the trophy on Monday. The 28-year-old paid a visit to The Hospital for Sick Children before the Stanley Cup was handed off to goaltender Matt Mur... Read more
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The Scientist
Neurons Compete to Form Memorieshow individual memories are formed, but less is known about how multiple memori
Neurons Compete to Form Memories
The Scientist / Posted 6 days ago
how individual memories are formed, but less is known about how multiple memories interact. Researchers from the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and colleagues studied how memories are encoded in the amygdalas of mice. Memories... Read more
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CBC.ca
How should we behave in Pokemon Go's playground world?by encouraging people to use their shops as a stop in their quest to catch the
How should we behave in Pokemon Go's playground world?
CBC.ca / Posted 7 days ago
by encouraging people to use their shops as a stop in their quest to catch the mythical creatures. (Canadian Press) The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto had to ask players to refrain from playing inside the hospital, stating that the game... Read more
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CTV News
N.B. toddler diagnosed with Parkinson's diseaseaway the tears and keeps going,” she said. Keegan is on medication that helps,
N.B. toddler diagnosed with Parkinson's disease
CTV News / Posted 7 days ago
away the tears and keeps going,” she said. Keegan is on medication that helps, but his mother is hoping that a trip to the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto will provide more answers. Local charity Sound for Change is helping raise money to... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Phil Kessel takes Stanley Cup to SickKidsCup in Toronto did not include any sort of public viewing, but the former Toron
Phil Kessel takes Stanley Cup to SickKids
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 9 days ago
Cup in Toronto did not include any sort of public viewing, but the former Toronto Maple Leafs sniper paid a visit to The Hospital for Sick Children to celebrate with some old friends. Kessel was often involved with SickKids during his tenure... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Climbing e-cigarette use among teens require federal regulationsas, which is as smoking cessation devices." Khoury conducted the study while h
Climbing e-cigarette use among teens require federal regulations
Calgary Sun / Posted 9 days ago
as, which is as smoking cessation devices." Khoury conducted the study while he was a pediatric cardiology resident at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. It was published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. E-cigarette use... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Preventing sudden unexpected deaths of babies and children: an interview with Professor Peter Flemingcan readers find more information? After undergraduate training in Bristol and
Preventing sudden unexpected deaths of babies and children: an interview with Professor Peter Fleming
News-Medical-Net / Posted 9 days ago
can readers find more information? After undergraduate training in Bristol and postgraduate training in pediatrics at the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London, and the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, I returned to... Read more
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CTV News
Growing e-cigarette use among teens requires regulationsas, which is as smoking cessation devices." Khoury conducted the study while h
Growing e-cigarette use among teens requires regulations
CTV News / Posted 9 days ago
as, which is as smoking cessation devices." Khoury conducted the study while he was a pediatric cardiology resident at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. It was published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. E-cigarette use... Read more
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New Kerala
'Cool, fun factor' fueling e-cigarettes' popularity in teens - newkerala.com #91854The research, which was conducted while Khoury was a pediatric cardiology resid
'Cool, fun factor' fueling e-cigarettes' popularity in teens - newkerala.com #91854
New Kerala / Posted 9 days ago
The research, which was conducted while Khoury was a pediatric cardiology resident at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) and the University of Toronto, involved 2367 students aged 14-15 years enrolled in grade 9 in the Niagara region of... Read more
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New Kerala
'Cool, fun factor' draws teenagers to e-cigarettes: newkerala.com #91799most students in our survey were motivated by the 'cool/fun/something new' feat
'Cool, fun factor' draws teenagers to e-cigarettes: newkerala.com #91799
New Kerala / Posted 9 days ago
most students in our survey were motivated by the 'cool/fun/something new' features of e-cigarettes," said one of the researchers, Michael Khoury, who conducted the research as a pediatric cardiology resident at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Chil... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Safety inspector gave rollercoaster all-clear just 16 days before horror crashof the need to check and maintain strong anchor points for infatables. Three y
Safety inspector gave rollercoaster all-clear just 16 days before horror crash
Daily Mirror / Posted 9 days ago
of the need to check and maintain strong anchor points for infatables. Three youngsters were rushed to Glasgow’s Royal Hospital for Sick Children with serious injuries after the M&D’s crash. Another child was treated at the hospital. PAPolice... Read more
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Daily Record
M&D's safety officer banned after rollercoaster marked safe before horror crashof the need to check and maintain strong anchor points for infatables. Three y
M&D's safety officer banned after rollercoaster marked safe before horror crash
Daily Record / Posted 9 days ago
of the need to check and maintain strong anchor points for infatables. Three youngsters were rushed to Glasgow’s Royal Hospital for Sick Children with serious injuries after the M&D’s crash. Another child was treated at the hospital.M and Ds... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Study finds ‘alarming rate’ of e-cigarette use among young Ontarianssaid Michael Khoury, lead author of the study who conducted the research as a p
Study finds ‘alarming rate’ of e-cigarette use among young Ontarians
The Globe and Mail / Posted 9 days ago
said Michael Khoury, lead author of the study who conducted the research as a pediatric cardiology resident at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children. “This is a new public health issue that really needs to be addressed.” In the study, researchers... Read more
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Daily Record
Nine-month old baby girl rushed to hospital with life-threatening injuriesfor my daughter. “Maira is critical and I ask everyone for your prayers please
Nine-month old baby girl rushed to hospital with life-threatening injuries
Daily Record / Posted 10 days ago
for my daughter. “Maira is critical and I ask everyone for your prayers please.” Maira was admitted to Glasgow’s Royal Hospital for Sick Children on Friday afternoon from her home in Castlemilk on the south side of the city. Police swooped on... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers trace lineage of sarcoma back to pericytewe can come up with new ways to intervene." Related Stories Alman and fellow
Researchers trace lineage of sarcoma back to pericyte
News-Medical-Net / Posted 13 days ago
we can come up with new ways to intervene." Related Stories Alman and fellow authors -- who represent Duke as well as the Hospital for Sick Children and Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, Tokyo Medical and Dental University Graduate School and... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Gordon Reid goes from restless sleep to dreamland after sealing Wimbledon doublehe was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal ch
Gordon Reid goes from restless sleep to dreamland after sealing Wimbledon double
Kingston Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
he was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal chord. He spent six months in Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Sick Children. He has helped to raise the profile of the sport, and in doing so matched the feat of Serena... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Gordon Reid goes from restless sleep to dreamland after sealing Wimbledon doublehe was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal ch
Gordon Reid goes from restless sleep to dreamland after sealing Wimbledon double
Oxford Mail / Posted 17 days ago
he was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal chord. He spent six months in Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Sick Children. He has helped to raise the profile of the sport, and in doing so matched the feat of Serena... Read more
108 related stories
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Gazette
Gordon Reid goes from restless sleep to dreamland after sealing Wimbledon doublehe was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal ch
Gordon Reid goes from restless sleep to dreamland after sealing Wimbledon double
Gazette / Posted 17 days ago
he was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal chord. He spent six months in Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Sick Children. He has helped to raise the profile of the sport, and in doing so matched the feat of Serena... Read more
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guardian-series
Gordon Reid goes from restless sleep to dreamland after sealing Wimbledon doublehe was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal ch
Gordon Reid goes from restless sleep to dreamland after sealing Wimbledon double
guardian-series / Posted 17 days ago
he was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal chord. He spent six months in Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Sick Children. He has helped to raise the profile of the sport, and in doing so matched the feat of Serena... Read more
108 related stories
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Harrow Times
Gordon Reid goes from restless sleep to dreamland after sealing Wimbledon doublehe was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal ch
Gordon Reid goes from restless sleep to dreamland after sealing Wimbledon double
Harrow Times / Posted 17 days ago
he was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal chord. He spent six months in Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Sick Children. He has helped to raise the profile of the sport, and in doing so matched the feat of Serena... Read more
108 related stories
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Wandsworth Guardian
Gordon Reid goes from restless sleep to dreamland after sealing Wimbledon doublehe was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal ch
Gordon Reid goes from restless sleep to dreamland after sealing Wimbledon double
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
he was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal chord. He spent six months in Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Sick Children. He has helped to raise the profile of the sport, and in doing so matched the feat of Serena... Read more
108 related stories
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Gordon Reid goes from restless sleep to dreamland after sealing Wimbledon doublehe was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal ch
Gordon Reid goes from restless sleep to dreamland after sealing Wimbledon double
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 17 days ago
he was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal chord. He spent six months in Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Sick Children. He has helped to raise the profile of the sport, and in doing so matched the feat of Serena... Read more
108 related stories
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ESPN.co.uk
Reid secures Wimbledon wheelchair singles titlehe was struck down by transverse myelitis -- a condition affecting the spinal c
Reid secures Wimbledon wheelchair singles title
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 17 days ago
he was struck down by transverse myelitis -- a condition affecting the spinal chord. He spent six months in Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Sick Children. Reid wondered if he would be able to play sport again, but within weeks of leaving hospital he... Read more
108 related stories
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Shropshire Star
Gordon Reid secures wheelchair singles title at Wimbledon « Shropshire Starhe was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal ch
Gordon Reid secures wheelchair singles title at Wimbledon « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 17 days ago
he was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal chord. He spent six months in Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Sick Children. Reid wondered if he would be able to play sport again, but within weeks of leaving hospital he... Read more
108 related stories
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Kingston Guardian
Gordon Reid secures wheelchair singles title at Wimbledonhe was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal ch
Gordon Reid secures wheelchair singles title at Wimbledon
Kingston Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
he was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal chord. He spent six months in Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Sick Children. Reid wondered if he would be able to play sport again, but within weeks of leaving hospital he... Read more
108 related stories
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Oxford Mail
Gordon Reid secures wheelchair singles title at Wimbledonhe was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal ch
Gordon Reid secures wheelchair singles title at Wimbledon
Oxford Mail / Posted 17 days ago
he was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal chord. He spent six months in Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Sick Children. Reid wondered if he would be able to play sport again, but within weeks of leaving hospital he... Read more
108 related stories
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Gazette
Gordon Reid secures wheelchair singles title at Wimbledonhe was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal ch
Gordon Reid secures wheelchair singles title at Wimbledon
Gazette / Posted 17 days ago
he was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal chord. He spent six months in Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Sick Children. Reid wondered if he would be able to play sport again, but within weeks of leaving hospital he... Read more
108 related stories
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guardian-series
Gordon Reid secures wheelchair singles title at Wimbledonhe was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal ch
Gordon Reid secures wheelchair singles title at Wimbledon
guardian-series / Posted 17 days ago
he was struck down by transverse myelitis - a condition affecting the spinal chord. He spent six months in Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Sick Children. Reid wondered if he would be able to play sport again, but within weeks of leaving hospital he... Read more
108 related stories
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