Clinical Research & Care

Multiple Myeloma

Multiple myeloma is a blood cancer affecting plasma cells—white blood cells that are a crucial part of the immune system and responsible for the production of antibodies...


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Dr. Stefan Hofer

Although a move to The Netherlands put a love of hockey on the back-burner, it never fully extinguished the passion. “Hockey really doesn’t exist in The Netherlands,” he...


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Advancing Surgical Robotics

While technology has been changing the way we navigate in our vehicles, record our daily lives, and communicate with friends and family, it has also been revolutionizing...


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Dr. Jennifer Jones

Every year, funding from the OneWalk to Conquer Cancer is put towards The Walkers Innovation Program. These grants support researchers and new ideas that have the potential...


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Dr. Marcus Bernardini

Throughout the world, robotic technology is quickly becoming a preferred option to traditional, open surgery. Not long ago in the 1980s, laparoscopic surgery was introduced...


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Lung Cancer

Lung cancer is still a major killer. While the treatment for many cancers has led to significantly lower mortality rates, lung cancer mortality rates remain very high. In...


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Image-guided technology

The Princess Margaret has very successfully pioneered the use of image-guided technology both in radiation therapy and more recently in surgical oncology. Because tumours...


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