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Oct 6, 2017

Patient Story: No one way to be trans

Aric Bales' journey included addiction and unasnwered questions. Having peer support helped him find answers.   Aric Bales has never wished he had been born a male. He has never felt he was in the wrong body. He is disappointed that life and society...

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Oct 3, 2017

Two years later, Miss You Most continues to start conversations about suicide and loss

  Dr. Jennifer Brasch by Miss You Most, a photography exhibit that captures the effects of suicide on survivors.   There’s a corridor on St. Joseph’s West 5th Campus with portraits that are as much about the people in them, as they...

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Oct 2, 2017

Video game aims to raise psychosis awareness, reduce stigma

According to the Entertainment Software Association of Canada, 52% of Canadians have played video games over their past four weeks. While we often think of video games as a modern form of entertainment, some newer games explore deeper societal issues and...

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Sep 26, 2017

Join us as we Celebrate Research at St. Joe's

Celebrate Research is an annual event that celebrates the successes of the research community at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton. Join us on Thursday October 12th as we recognize the achievements of our researchers and the recipients of the 2017...

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Sep 20, 2017

A Teen’s Tragedy Inspires Hope and a Regional Support Program

David MacKinnon had a passion and a gift for art, architecture and airplanes. He dreamed of one day becoming a pilot. But from birth David’s health was put to the test...

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