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Apr 6, 2017

“The most satisfying thing for me is to help people live the lives they choose”

Dr. Treleaven explains the positive impact a transplant can have on a patient’s life and why it’s important to be a registered organ donor.

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Apr 5, 2017

Is antibiotic exposure in the womb linked to long term behavioural effects?

Can exposure to antibiotics in the womb cause long term behavioural changes such as elevated levels of aggression? Can “healthy” bacteria or probiotics diminish these effects?

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Mar 31, 2017

A Story of Friendship

The Hemodialysis Unit at St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton was providing care for a young refugee patient who had recently arrived in Canada from a war torn country.  Initially she was very frail and quite unwell. She did not speak any English or French and it was very challenging to communicate with her.  

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Mar 31, 2017

Cannabis use may predict opioid use in women undergoing addictions treatment, study says

A new study suggests that the use of cannabis may impact treatment in women undergoing methadone treatment therapy. Researchers from St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton and McMaster University have found that women in methadone treatment who use...

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Mar 29, 2017

Giants in Chest Medicine: Paul M. O’Byrne, MBBCh, FCCP

Dr. Paul O'Byrne shares his insight and wisdom about his career, and personal accomplishments.

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Mar 28, 2017

Research uncovers ways to personalize schizophrenia care

Sometimes, it can be difficult for clinicians to fully understand what each patient wants and needs. New research about patients with schizophrenia has discovered that it is not only important to find out patient preferences and priorities, but this...

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