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Researchers discover molecule in umbilical cord blood that helps the kidney heal after acute injury. Ottawa-led team gets top rank for patient decision aids research. Research helps unravel complex genetics of Spinal Muscular Atrophy.

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Robin Parks to lead Department of Medicine initiative to strengthen basic-clinical research links. New model may lead to better treatments for depression after stroke. Immediate hormone therapy for prostate cancer is better than delayed: study. Could a "metabolic fingerprint" identify premature babies in developing countries? Summer students recognized for research presentations.

The Ottawa Hospital is leading the way in regenerative medicine. Virus-chemo combination therapy shows promise in breast cancer models. Researchers find protein that keeps DNA from collapsing.

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Unhealthy habits cost Canadians 6 years of life. The Ottawa Hospital General Campus to be a test ground to compare two rehydration fluids. Benefits of continuing anti-blood clot medication outweigh the risks: study. Genetic muscle-wasting disease follows different patterns depending on severity. Clinical trials closer to home for patients with neuromuscular diseases.

Researchers find compound that can protect mice from Ebola. Study finds large number of home blood pressure monitors are inaccurate. Researchers find unexpected association between younger donor age, female sex and transfusion outcomes.

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Decision aid helps people with rectal cancer make tough choices. When is fainting a sign of a bigger problem? To treat, or not to treat? How one man decided to keep his prostate cancer.

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Surgery can prevent the immune system from attacking cancers. Trial compares targeted lung cancer treatments head-to-head. Experimental treatment gave new life to P. Ottawa research informs international Ebola guideline. Researchers find a way to supercharge cancer-fighting viruses. MS breakthrough: Replacing diseased immune system halts progression and allows repair. The wrinkle review: study finds more evidence needed to compare anti-wrinkle drugs. Clinical trials improve care at TOH and around the world.

Canadian-led guideline improves health research around the world, but more work required. Immunotherapy harnesses our own immune system to fight cancer. Stem Cells brings Ottawa researchers together to answer questions from the public. Can a drug help prevent blood loss during bladder cancer surgery? Out-of-this-world research could help rehabilitation patients in Ottawa.


Does this ankle need an X-ray? Learning from the best: researchers study the placenta to learn how to build new blood vessels. Bench to bedside and back: basic and clinical scientists team up on potential cancer treatment. Researchers find potential new treatment target for deadly brain cancer. Two lives forever changed by 30 years of HIV drug research. Does Spinal Muscular Atrophy affect muscle stem cells?

Dangerous infections slashed in cancer patients after implementation of electronic prescribing tool. Unexpected results lead to new breast cancer research direction. Researchers find biological role for puzzling protein. Ottawa researchers shine in SPOR funding announcement.

Man survives severe infection after participating in world-first stem cell trial at The Ottawa Hospital. When cancer comes back: Drug for mantle-cell lymphoma gives patients more time. Study could help manage pain in delirious patients. Hot off the press! New edition of EPIgram just published. Breakthroughs in biotherapeutics: Researchers at The Ottawa Hospital are developing new therapies that harness the power of stem cells and viruses to fight disease. Stem cell therapy rejuvenates old, brittle bones in osteoporosis model.

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Patent brings possible new fertility treatment closer to reality. Small cuts, big outcomes: study shows less invasive hysterectomies helped patients heal and saved The Ottawa Hospital money. Could an algorithm help treat bleeding strokes? Many prostate cancer patients saved from unnecessary treatments and side effects. Muscle disease breakthrough fuels new hope for treatments. Could a bacteria-killing protein lead to a new treatment for diabetes? Skip the soap when removing dead tissue from open fracture. Frail patients more likely to die in the year after surgery.

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Protein fights traffic jams in ALS cells. Ottawa researchers answer patient questions about stroke and stem cells. Terry Fox award helps Ottawa researcher develop next-generation cancer immunovirotherapy.

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