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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 20 hours 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 2 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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CBC.ca
Tough beans: Scientists testing drought-resistant soy wary of hospital movein the uniquely sandy-soiled research fields of the Central Experimental Farm t
Tough beans: Scientists testing drought-resistant soy wary of hospital move
CBC.ca / Posted 3 days ago
in the uniquely sandy-soiled research fields of the Central Experimental Farm that lie adjacent to the Civic campus of The Ottawa Hospital — land that's now being eyed for a possible 60-acre hospital expansion. The first public consultation on the... Read more
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CBC.ca
Cyclist hit by dump truck in Ottawa's south endthe intersection at 5:47 p.m. and found the 30-year-old man with injuries to hi
Cyclist hit by dump truck in Ottawa's south end
CBC.ca / Posted 3 days ago
the intersection at 5:47 p.m. and found the 30-year-old man with injuries to his head, chest and legs. He was taken to the Ottawa Hospital where he is listed in serious but stable condition, paramedics said. Ottawa police are investigating the... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Deadly disorder: Why is chronic anorexia so hard to treat?services for adults with the disorder: The Homewood Health Centre in Guelph, Tr
Deadly disorder: Why is chronic anorexia so hard to treat?
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 4 days ago
services for adults with the disorder: The Homewood Health Centre in Guelph, Trillium Health Partners in Mississauga, The Ottawa Hospital in Ottawa, and the University Health Network in Toronto. “We do see the sickest patients immediately in... Read more
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Hamilton News
Deadly disorder: Why is chronic anorexia so hard to treat?services for adults with the disorder: The Homewood Health Centre in Guelph, Tr
Deadly disorder: Why is chronic anorexia so hard to treat?
Hamilton News / Posted 4 days ago
services for adults with the disorder: The Homewood Health Centre in Guelph, Trillium Health Partners in Mississauga, The Ottawa Hospital in Ottawa, and the University Health Network in Toronto. “We do see the sickest patients immediately in... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Letters: Hospice Renfrew a 'bright light'Renfrew was new to me. I was worried when my sister-in-law Kathy Henneberry was
Letters: Hospice Renfrew a 'bright light'
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 8 days ago
Renfrew was new to me. I was worried when my sister-in-law Kathy Henneberry was transferred to this facility from a big Ottawa hospital. I am happy to say that those concerns were completely unfounded. My husband, Jim, and I liked to visit with... Read more
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CBC.ca
Drive-by shooter killed a mother-to-be — and a baby's best chances at a normal lifecrucial for babies born prematurely than those born full-term. Higher risk, bu
Drive-by shooter killed a mother-to-be — and a baby's best chances at a normal life
CBC.ca / Posted 10 days ago
crucial for babies born prematurely than those born full-term. Higher risk, but also hope However, research conducted at Ottawa Hospital and the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario suggests Bobb's baby could still have a good outcome. Of... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Overdiagnosis of asthma in Canadian communitiesdid not have current asthma even after withdrawal of asthma medications," said
Overdiagnosis of asthma in Canadian communities
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
did not have current asthma even after withdrawal of asthma medications," said lead study author Shawn Aaron, MD, of the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Ottawa. The prospective multicenter study randomly recruited 701 adult nonsmoking... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Armed Forces to invest in brain-imaging scanner to study PTSDThe Department of National Defence will use a state-of-the-art medical imaging
Armed Forces to invest in brain-imaging scanner to study PTSD
The Globe and Mail / Posted 11 days ago
The Department of National Defence will use a state-of-the-art medical imaging machine recently acquired by an Ottawa hospital to study the ways brains are altered by mental disorders, including depression and PTSD, that are associated with military... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Not just pets: Dogs, cats may show way to better treatments for human cancersoptimal therapy to test in human patients," says Bridle, who is working with co
Not just pets: Dogs, cats may show way to better treatments for human cancers
Calgary Sun / Posted 14 days ago
optimal therapy to test in human patients," says Bridle, who is working with collaborators at McMaster University and the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. A trial using a similar approach is already underway for cats with the feline version of... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Teen dirt biker badly hurt in DowlingA teen is being transferred to an Ottawa hospital after he collided with a scho
Teen dirt biker badly hurt in Dowling
The Sudbury Star / Posted 14 days ago
A teen is being transferred to an Ottawa hospital after he collided with a school bus in Dowling Friday afternoon. Greater Sudbury Police said in a release the boy, 16, was riding a dirt bike when he struck an empty school bus on a residential... Read more
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CBC.ca
NBA star Steve Nash among 48 new Order of Canada recipientsstrengthen management, accountability and efficiency. In addition, she fosters
NBA star Steve Nash among 48 new Order of Canada recipients
CBC.ca / Posted 15 days ago
strengthen management, accountability and efficiency. In addition, she fosters citizen engagement through her work with The Ottawa Hospital Foundation. Wayne Suk Wing Chiu, C.M. Calgary, Alberta With perseverance and entrepreneurial acumen, Wayne... Read more
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Silicon Valley
San Francisco-based Qardio launches system to try to make medical data usefulreplace face-to-face visits, she said. Experts also have questioned the accura
San Francisco-based Qardio launches system to try to make medical data useful
Silicon Valley / Posted 15 days ago
replace face-to-face visits, she said. Experts also have questioned the accuracy of some at-home monitors. A study at the Ottawa Hospital in Canada found home monitors may be inaccurate 5 to 15 percent of the time, Harvard Medical School's health... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Closing of tax loophole has professionals steamedthe University of Ottawa. He works within a partnership of radiologists in the
Closing of tax loophole has professionals steamed
The Globe and Mail / Posted 15 days ago
the University of Ottawa. He works within a partnership of radiologists in the Ottawa and Eastern Quebec region called the Ottawa Hospital and Region Imaging Associates. The partnership is like any other professional, small-business partnership:... Read more
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CBC.ca
Ottawa a 'real powerhouse' for stem cell research, experts sayto easily turn research into clinical trials, said scientists at a Stem Cell 10
Ottawa a 'real powerhouse' for stem cell research, experts say
CBC.ca / Posted 17 days ago
to easily turn research into clinical trials, said scientists at a Stem Cell 101 forum held Tuesday evening at the Ottawa Hospital's Civic campus. The city only has 25 stem cell scientists compared to Toronto's 115 but is on par with... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Support needed for MS Walkin a statement. She described research in Ottawa and Winnipeg as “very promisi
Support needed for MS Walk
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 18 days ago
in a statement. She described research in Ottawa and Winnipeg as “very promising.” It’s led by Dr. Mark Freedman of the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and the University of Ottawa. The studies focus on a form of stem cells which have been... Read more
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CTV News
Dogs, cats may help in human cancer treatment researchoptimal therapy to test in human patients," says Bridle, who is working with co
Dogs, cats may help in human cancer treatment research
CTV News / Posted 18 days ago
optimal therapy to test in human patients," says Bridle, who is working with collaborators at McMaster University and the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. A trial using a similar approach is already underway for cats with the feline version of... Read more
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CTV News
Dogs, cats may help in human cancer treatement reserachoptimal therapy to test in human patients," says Bridle, who is working with co
Dogs, cats may help in human cancer treatement reserach
CTV News / Posted 18 days ago
optimal therapy to test in human patients," says Bridle, who is working with collaborators at McMaster University and the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. A trial using a similar approach is already underway for cats with the feline version of... Read more
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Bureau County Republican
Kramer donates $5,000 annnually for nursing scholarshipswas coming through the doors on any given day,” she said. Kramer moved to Otta
Kramer donates $5,000 annnually for nursing scholarships
Bureau County Republican / Posted 23 days ago
was coming through the doors on any given day,” she said. Kramer moved to Ottawa with her husband in 1998 and joined the Ottawa Hospital Auxiliary and was a charter member of the board that started and assisted at The Health Center of Eastern... Read more
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The Record
Ontario opens access to more stem-cell transplantsapproved U.S. transplant. For more than a decade, physicians at Princess Marga
Ontario opens access to more stem-cell transplants
The Record / Posted 26 days ago
approved U.S. transplant. For more than a decade, physicians at Princess Margaret, Juravinski Hospital in Hamilton and The Ottawa Hospital — the only three Ontario centres equipped with highly specialized staff and space to provide allogeneic stem... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Ontario opens access to more stem-cell transplantsapproved U.S. transplant. For more than a decade, physicians at Princess Marga
Ontario opens access to more stem-cell transplants
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 26 days ago
approved U.S. transplant. For more than a decade, physicians at Princess Margaret, Juravinski Hospital in Hamilton and The Ottawa Hospital — the only three Ontario centres equipped with highly specialized staff and space to provide allogeneic stem... Read more
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Dundas Star News
Ontario opens access to more stem-cell transplantsapproved U.S. transplant. For more than a decade, physicians at Princess Marga
Ontario opens access to more stem-cell transplants
Dundas Star News / Posted 26 days ago
approved U.S. transplant. For more than a decade, physicians at Princess Margaret, Juravinski Hospital in Hamilton and The Ottawa Hospital — the only three Ontario centres equipped with highly specialized staff and space to provide allogeneic stem... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention Month, stem cell therapy, multiple sclerosis, celiac disease, and bone fracturesmay be able to reverse osteoporosis using stem cell therapy. The findings come
Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention Month, stem cell therapy, multiple sclerosis, celiac disease, and bone fractures
Bel Marra Health / Posted 27 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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