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CBC.ca
After nearly 3 years in hospital's psych ward, Michael Neve gets spot in group homewith him. It's a marked difference for Neve, an Ottawa man with a developmenta
After nearly 3 years in hospital's psych ward, Michael Neve gets spot in group home
CBC.ca / Posted 2 days ago
with him. It's a marked difference for Neve, an Ottawa man with a developmental disability and autism who lived in the Ottawa Hospital's psychiatric ward for two-and-a-half years while waiting for a room in a group home. Something in brain... Read more
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CBC.ca
OPP, Military Police investigate after woman found dead at CFB Trentondetachment for help in the investigation, according to an OPP news release. A
OPP, Military Police investigate after woman found dead at CFB Trenton
CBC.ca / Posted 3 days ago
detachment for help in the investigation, according to an OPP news release. A post-mortem is scheduled for today at the Ottawa Hospital, the release said. Anyone with information is asked to call the Quinte West OPP's crime unit at 613-392-3561... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Woman found dead at CFB Trentonof the OPP said the investigation is in the preliminary stages and a post morte
Woman found dead at CFB Trenton
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 3 days ago
of the OPP said the investigation is in the preliminary stages and a post mortem has been scheduled for today at an Ottawa Hospital. The Quinte West OPP Crime Unit and Canadian Forces National Investigation Service (CFNIS), under the... Read more
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CBC.ca
Attacks on Civic campus staff trigger labour investigation, security changesViolent patients at the Ottawa Hospital this year have used furniture as weapon
Attacks on Civic campus staff trigger labour investigation, security changes
CBC.ca / Posted 3 days ago
Violent patients at the Ottawa Hospital this year have used furniture as weapons, repeatedly punched nurses and seriously injured a security guard — incidents that have triggered changes at the Civic campus and an ongoing Ministry of Labour... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Police probe death of woman in residence at Ontario military basethe death, including whether Reid was a member of the military. A post-mortem
Police probe death of woman in residence at Ontario military base
Calgary Sun / Posted 3 days ago
the death, including whether Reid was a member of the military. A post-mortem has been scheduled for Wednesday at the Ottawa Hospital. The Quinte West OPP Crime Unit and the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service continue the... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Beth and Emile Therien: How our daughter’s death helped others to liveBeth was not brain dead, but she was not coming back to us. With the support of
Beth and Emile Therien: How our daughter’s death helped others to live
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 8 days ago
Beth was not brain dead, but she was not coming back to us. With the support of Trillium Gift of Life Network and the Ottawa Hospital, our daughter became Canada’s first DCD donor. Two people received her kidneys and have been able to lead... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Osteoporosis and fracture risk in male smokers higher than in womenmay be able to reverse osteoporosis using stem cell therapy. The findings come
Osteoporosis and fracture risk in male smokers higher than in women
Bel Marra Health / Posted 9 days ago
may be able to reverse osteoporosis using stem cell therapy. The findings come from the University of Toronto and The Ottawa Hospital, where the researchers are working on a possible stem cell injection in order to reverse osteoporosis, a bone... Read more
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CBC.ca
Ample parking planned for Ottawa Hospital expansionThe Ottawa Hospital insists it needs 24 hectares for a new Civic campus, but it
Ample parking planned for Ottawa Hospital expansion
CBC.ca / Posted 9 days ago
The Ottawa Hospital insists it needs 24 hectares for a new Civic campus, but it appears the hospital wants a third of that space for parking. According to an April 2016 report obtained by CBC News, the "hypothetical" layout for a new Civic campus... Read more
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CBC.ca
Federal government gives $8M to Ottawa centre to help small businessesbunch of companies that are not operating in cybersecurity [right now.]" Dr. A
Federal government gives $8M to Ottawa centre to help small businesses
CBC.ca / Posted 10 days ago
bunch of companies that are not operating in cybersecurity [right now.]" Dr. Adnan Sheikh, director of 3D printing at the Ottawa Hospital, said they'll be able to use the digital lab to develop technology for surgeries and prosthetics that can be... Read more
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Bureau County Republican
Illinois State PoliceT. Wallis, 23, of Muscatine, Iowa, were involved in an accident on Interstate 8
Illinois State Police
Bureau County Republican / Posted 10 days ago
T. Wallis, 23, of Muscatine, Iowa, were involved in an accident on Interstate 80 westbound near Mile Marker 91 at 2:28 p.m. June 2. Stone, who was transferred to the Ottawa Hospital with serious injuries, was charged with failure to reduc... Read more
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Japan Today
High-risk treatment suppresses MS: study ‹ Japan Todayand return to work or school. “The sample size of 24 patients is very small,”
High-risk treatment suppresses MS: study ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 12 days ago
and return to work or school. “The sample size of 24 patients is very small,” said study co-author Mark Freedman of the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, urging caution in interpreting the findings. Larger clinical trials must confirm the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Immunoablation strengthens haemopoietic stem-cell transplantation effects in MSScale (EDSS) score. All this in the absence of disease-modifying drugs, note th
Immunoablation strengthens haemopoietic stem-cell transplantation effects in MS
News-Medical-Net / Posted 15 days ago
Scale (EDSS) score. All this in the absence of disease-modifying drugs, note the researchers. Led by Harold Atkins (The Ottawa Hospital, Ontario, Canada), they add in The Lancet that over the median follow-up of 6.7 years, in nine patients... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Osteoporosis medications can cause small risk of thigh bone fractures: Studymay be able to reverse osteoporosis using stem cell therapy. The findings come
Osteoporosis medications can cause small risk of thigh bone fractures: Study
Bel Marra Health / Posted 15 days ago
may be able to reverse osteoporosis using stem cell therapy. The findings come from the University of Toronto and The Ottawa Hospital, where the researchers are working on a possible stem cell injection in order to reverse osteoporosis, a bone... Read more
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Medical News Today
New MS treatment shows promise, but experts urge cautioneffective and reliable methods. Killing the immune response to improve outcomes
New MS treatment shows promise, but experts urge caution
Medical News Today / Posted 15 days ago
effective and reliable methods. Killing the immune response to improve outcomes Dr. Harold Atkins and colleagues from The Ottawa Hospital and the University of Ottawa, in Canada, wanted to see what would happen if they totally destroyed, rather... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Bone-marrow transplant can halt progression of aggressive MSyoung, early into their disease, with indications that they’re not able to be c
Bone-marrow transplant can halt progression of aggressive MS
The Globe and Mail / Posted 15 days ago
young, early into their disease, with indications that they’re not able to be controlled by our current therapies,” said Ottawa Hospital neurologist Dr. Mark Freedman, who co-led a 15-year study of the procedure involving 24 MS patients. “What... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
'It was really the last option': one woman's multiple sclerosis recoverycut up her own food. Today she skis and goes kayaking. Moulson got her life ba
'It was really the last option': one woman's multiple sclerosis recovery
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 15 days ago
cut up her own food. Today she skis and goes kayaking. Moulson got her life back, she says, thanks to the doctors at the Ottawa hospital in Canada, where she was admitted onto a trial that she knew could kill her. But she felt there was no other... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
High-risk treatment suppresses MSand return to work or school. "The sample size of 24 patients is very small,"
High-risk treatment suppresses MS
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 15 days ago
and return to work or school. "The sample size of 24 patients is very small," said study co-author Mark Freedman of the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, urging caution in interpreting the findings. Larger clinical trials must confirm the... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Breakthrough in MS treatment at Ottawa Hospital uses stem cellsof MS that one patient says has “given me my life back.” The treatment, pionee
Breakthrough in MS treatment at Ottawa Hospital uses stem cells
Calgary Sun / Posted 16 days ago
of MS that one patient says has “given me my life back.” The treatment, pioneered by Freedman and Dr. Harry Atkins of The Ottawa Hospital and University of Ottawa, involves wiping out a patient’s immune systems and then generating a new one using... Read more
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CTV News
Bone-marrow transplant can halt progression in patients with aggressive MSyoung, early into their disease, with indications that they're not able to be c
Bone-marrow transplant can halt progression in patients with aggressive MS
CTV News / Posted 16 days ago
young, early into their disease, with indications that they're not able to be controlled by our current therapies," said Ottawa Hospital neurologist Dr. Mark Freedman, who co-led a 15-year study of the procedure involving 24 MS patients. "What... Read more
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CBC.ca
High-risk MS therapy gives trial subjects 'last shot at living'specialized centres, and warns that "all efforts must be taken to avoid stem ce
High-risk MS therapy gives trial subjects 'last shot at living'
CBC.ca / Posted 16 days ago
specialized centres, and warns that "all efforts must be taken to avoid stem cell tourism." The clinical trial, led by The Ottawa Hospital's Dr. Mark Freedman and Dr. Harold Atkins, involved 24 patients over 13 years. The patients underwent an... Read more
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CBC.ca
'You're just like Santa,' contractor tells former Ottawa Hospital director accused of fraudThe Ottawa Hospital's former director of capital projects accused of defrauding
'You're just like Santa,' contractor tells former Ottawa Hospital director accused of fraud
CBC.ca / Posted 16 days ago
The Ottawa Hospital's former director of capital projects accused of defrauding the hospital was compared to Santa Claus by a contractor in an email for "always giving gifts," according to court documents. It's just one of several email exchanges in... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Hospital fraud:In 2015, an Ottawa contractor referred to The Ottawa Hospital manager in charge
Hospital fraud:
Calgary Sun / Posted 18 days ago
In 2015, an Ottawa contractor referred to The Ottawa Hospital manager in charge of capital projects as “just like Santa Claus, always giving gifts,” according to new information revealed in court documents. Both the contractor and hospital manager... Read more
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CBC.ca
Royal pilot project targets people with serious alcohol problems for treatmentend up going to and kind of put a plan together themselves," she said. Under t
Royal pilot project targets people with serious alcohol problems for treatment
CBC.ca / Posted 18 days ago
end up going to and kind of put a plan together themselves," she said. Under the pilot project, patients referred from The Ottawa Hospital emergency department will be able to visit the clinic at the Royal from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday to... Read more
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CBC.ca
Health Minister weighed in following Ottawa Hospital lawsuitirregularities." The letter was released to the CBC on Friday following new al
Health Minister weighed in following Ottawa Hospital lawsuit
CBC.ca / Posted 22 days ago
irregularities." The letter was released to the CBC on Friday following new allegations from one of the defendants in the Ottawa Hospital legal battle over an alleged kickback scheme involving construction contractors and two employees. The new... Read more
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CBC.ca
'Exoskeletons' to help people walk again on Ottawa Hospital wish listStaff at the Ottawa Hospital's Rehabilitation Centre say they're hoping to get
'Exoskeletons' to help people walk again on Ottawa Hospital wish list
CBC.ca / Posted 22 days ago
Staff at the Ottawa Hospital's Rehabilitation Centre say they're hoping to get robotic 'exoskeletons' that can help people with mobility issues walk after getting an up-close demonstration. American company ReWalk's lower body-wrapping robotic frame... Read more
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CBC.ca
Accused in hospital construction fraud lawsuit fires back with $350K counterclaimA former employee named in the Ottawa Hospital construction fraud lawsuit is fi
Accused in hospital construction fraud lawsuit fires back with $350K counterclaim
CBC.ca / Posted 22 days ago
A former employee named in the Ottawa Hospital construction fraud lawsuit is fighting back in his statement of defence with new allegations involving hospital executives breaking rules and spending recklessly. Frank Medwenitsch is also countersuing... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
A dangerous time to be an artilleryman at Petawawaa shell fired from a 24-pounder field howitzer detonated after it left the barr
A dangerous time to be an artilleryman at Petawawa
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 23 days ago
a shell fired from a 24-pounder field howitzer detonated after it left the barrel. The 23-year-old officer was rushed to an Ottawa hospital but died of his injuries. Even in a time of peace or in training for war, these cases remind us that the... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Dirt biker succumbs to injuriesthe 16-year old male dirt bike operator who was in a collision with a school bu
Dirt biker succumbs to injuries
The Sudbury Star / Posted 26 days ago
the 16-year old male dirt bike operator who was in a collision with a school bus on May 13 succumbed to his injuries in an Ottawa hospital. The individual had been transported to Health Sciences North immediately after the collision in Dowling, but... Read more
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CBC.ca
Ottawa Paramedics kept busy with 3 separate crashesminor injuries. Paramedics called an Ornge helicopter to airlift a 47-year-old
Ottawa Paramedics kept busy with 3 separate crashes
CBC.ca / Posted 27 days ago
minor injuries. Paramedics called an Ornge helicopter to airlift a 47-year-old woman with head and chest injuries to the Ottawa Hospital Trauma unit. Then, at 1:15 a.m. Sunday, paramedics were called to the intersection of Richmond Road and... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Lawyer Marguerite Ritchie was a brilliant champion of women’s rightsto continue her life’s work,” said Paul D. Paton, the dean of the university’s
Lawyer Marguerite Ritchie was a brilliant champion of women’s rights
The Globe and Mail / Posted 29 days ago
to continue her life’s work,” said Paul D. Paton, the dean of the university’s law school. Jennifer Van Noort of the Ottawa Hospital Foundation recalled Dr. Ritchie telling her that “you’re never too old to make a difference.” “She inspired... Read more
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CBC.ca
NCC to conduct 'thorough review' in hunt for new hospital siteto review all federally owned sites within its jurisdiction to determine the be
NCC to conduct 'thorough review' in hunt for new hospital site
CBC.ca / Posted 30 days ago
to review all federally owned sites within its jurisdiction to determine the best site for a new Civic campus of the Ottawa Hospital. "As the federal Crown Corporation responsible for coordinating the development of federal lands in the... Read more

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