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Calgary Sun
Blue Jays crossed off bucket list for dying young manultimate dream bucket list item would be for the Jays to win the World Series.
Blue Jays crossed off bucket list for dying young man
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
ultimate dream bucket list item would be for the Jays to win the World Series. Back in 1998, after a major surgery at the Hospital for Sick Children, Jonathan was invited to a hockey game at Maple Leaf Gardens by then Leafs goalie Curtis Joseph... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Go gold for Childhood Cancer Awareness Monthto keep fighting for Grace and all of the other children with cancer. Dr. Seva
Go gold for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
Northumberland Today / Posted 2 days ago
to keep fighting for Grace and all of the other children with cancer. Dr. Sevan Hopyan is an orthopedic surgeon at the Hospital for Sick Children. Dr. Hopyan and his team performed Grace’s rotationplasty (her leg was amputated above knee, the... Read more
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Daily Record
Completion of £150m Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh delayedwill be delayed for months after construction firms entered administration and
Completion of £150m Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh delayed
Daily Record / Posted 5 days ago
will be delayed for months after construction firms entered administration and provisional liquidation. The new Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh was due to open in autumn 2017, but NHS Lothian now expects this will be pushed back... Read more
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Herald.ie
Batman Ben mourners asked to wear bright colours at funeralyears, he accomplished this." Ben had a Stage IV Wilms tumour and faced 19 rou
Batman Ben mourners asked to wear bright colours at funeral
Herald.ie / Posted 7 days ago
years, he accomplished this." Ben had a Stage IV Wilms tumour and faced 19 rounds of radiotherapy. Doctors at Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children in Crumlin in Dublin had said their options were running out, but his family hoped Ben could be... Read more
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Herald.ie
Brave 'batman' Ben loses battle to rare cancer€260,000. The family arrived in the US four weeks ago, knowing Ben had progres
Brave 'batman' Ben loses battle to rare cancer
Herald.ie / Posted 9 days ago
€260,000. The family arrived in the US four weeks ago, knowing Ben had progressive tumours. Doctors at Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children in Crumlin in Dublin had said their options had been running out. Valerie, when seeking funding,... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Miracle Treat Day raises thousandsThe Dairy Queen stores on Colborne Street and King George Road raised nearly $5
Miracle Treat Day raises thousands
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 11 days ago
The Dairy Queen stores on Colborne Street and King George Road raised nearly $5,400 for The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto last Thursday. The fundraiser was part of the franchise's annual Miracle Treat Day, where all Blizzard sales get donated... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Nice day for a Blizzarddonated to the Children's Miracle Network. In Simcoe County, the local Childre
Nice day for a Blizzard
Barrie Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
donated to the Children's Miracle Network. In Simcoe County, the local Children’s Miracle Network member hospital is The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids). In 2015, SickKids managed 8,082 clinic visits of patients from the Simcoe County... Read more
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Newsweek
Autism manifests differently in almost every caseautism—was launched in 2014 by the research and advocacy organization Autism Sp
Autism manifests differently in almost every case
Newsweek / Posted 15 days ago
autism—was launched in 2014 by the research and advocacy organization Autism Speaks, in partnership with Google and the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. The project aims to mine the DNA of 10,000 people with autism and their family... Read more
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Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin
Miracle Treat Day arrivesSarah Nanacsik from the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto was to remind eve
Miracle Treat Day arrives
Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin / Posted 16 days ago
Sarah Nanacsik from the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto was to remind everyone that August 11 is Miracle Treat Day. All proceeds from the sales of Blizzard treats at Dairy Queen with support the Children's Miracle Network. Simcoe County's... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Thompson golden at Transplant GamesThompson is in his adopted hometown of Toronto this week participating in the 2
Thompson golden at Transplant Games
Comox Valley Record / Posted 16 days ago
Thompson is in his adopted hometown of Toronto this week participating in the 2016 Canadian Transplant Games. Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children is where Thompson received two heart transplants – the first in 1999 when he was five months old... Read more
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BC Local News
Thompson golden at Transplant GamesThompson is in his adopted hometown of Toronto this week participating in the 2
Thompson golden at Transplant Games
BC Local News / Posted 16 days ago
Thompson is in his adopted hometown of Toronto this week participating in the 2016 Canadian Transplant Games. Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children is where Thompson received two heart transplants – the first in 1999 when he was five months old... Read more
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CTV News
Regular cancer screening program boosts survival rates for Li-Fraumeni patientsimprove survival dramatically," said oncologist Dr. David Malkin, the director
Regular cancer screening program boosts survival rates for Li-Fraumeni patients
CTV News / Posted 21 days ago
improve survival dramatically," said oncologist Dr. David Malkin, the director of the cancer genetics program at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children, who headed the study. "In the absence of a known cure or ability to prevent cancers from... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Gravestone thought to have fallen on another child five years before Craigton schoolboy diedwas playing in Craigton Cemetery with friends on May 26 2015 when the stone fel
Gravestone thought to have fallen on another child five years before Craigton schoolboy died
EveningTimes Online / Posted 22 days ago
was playing in Craigton Cemetery with friends on May 26 2015 when the stone fell on top of him. He was rushed to the Royal Hospital for Sick Children but died shortly afterwards. Court papers stated the concrete stone collapsed and Ciaran... Read more
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heraldscotland
Gravestone thought to have fallen on another child five years before Craigton schoolboy diedHe was rushed to the Royal Hospital for Sick Children but died shortly afterwar
Gravestone thought to have fallen on another child five years before Craigton schoolboy died
heraldscotland / Posted 22 days ago
He was rushed to the Royal Hospital for Sick Children but died shortly afterwards. Court papers stated the concrete stone collapsed and Ciaran "sustained unsurvivable head and neck injuries as a result." The inquiry into his death is due to start... Read more
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Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin
Miracle Treat day comingproceeds from the sale of DQ's popular Blizzard with be donated to Simcoe Count
Miracle Treat day coming
Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin / Posted 23 days ago
proceeds from the sale of DQ's popular Blizzard with be donated to Simcoe County's local Miracle Network Hospital, The Hospital for Sick Children (Sick Kids). More than 8,000 clinic visits from children from the Simcoe County area visited Sick... Read more
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express
EXPOSED: Why were FIVE children allowed to die? Shame of Sturgeon's 'Named Person' policyimplemented following the boy's shocking killing. While five-month-old baby gi
EXPOSED: Why were FIVE children allowed to die? Shame of Sturgeon's 'Named Person' policy
express / Posted 23 days ago
implemented following the boy's shocking killing. While five-month-old baby girl Hayley Davidson died at Edinburgh's Royal Hospital for Sick Children in February. A man age, 36, has been charged with her murder after the incident in her mother's... Read more
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Daily Mirror
20 breathtaking pictures from Olympic opening ceremonies through the agesTorch GettyItalian athlete Giancarlo Peris brought the Olympic flame to Rome 1
20 breathtaking pictures from Olympic opening ceremonies through the ages
Daily Mirror / Posted 24 days ago
Torch GettyItalian athlete Giancarlo Peris brought the Olympic flame to Rome 1960 GettyA tribute to Great Ormond Street Hospital for sick children and the NHS at London 2012 One thing is for sure - for Brazil to match - or even outdo - some of... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Not always ‘incompatible with life’: Study: Severe birth defects not as lethal as docs once saidis unclear, said Dr. Katherine Nelson, the Canadian study's lead author and a p
Not always ‘incompatible with life’: Study: Severe birth defects not as lethal as docs once said
Altoona Mirror / Posted 30 days 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
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 30 days 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 30 days 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 30 days 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 30 days 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 30 days 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 30 days 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 30 days 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 30 days 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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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 30 days 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 30 days 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 30 days 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 30 days 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 30 days 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 30 days 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 a month 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 a month 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 a month 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 a month 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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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 a month 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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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 1 months 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 1 months 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 1 months 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 1 months 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 1 months 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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