• Donor lungs with hepatitis C safely transplanted to patients at UHN

    Donor lungs from individuals infected with hepatitis C have been successfully transplanted into 10 patients at Toronto General Hospital, University Health Network. This success could mean 1,000 more lungs would be available for North Americans in need of a transplant. Click Here. 

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  • CAHO is calling all innovators as Innovation Broker for Ontario

    Calling all Innovators

    As a partner to the Office of the Chief Health Innovation Strategist, CAHO and its members are connecting innovators and removing barriers so that innovations are brought into our hospitals and the health care system faster, benefiting the Ontario economy and improving patient care. Do you have an innovation that will help improve care and […]

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  • Patients + Research: Andra Fawcett

    After surviving a major stroke in her early 50s, Andra began participating in research at Kingston Health Sciences Centre. She shares her experience and thoughts on why health research matters for Ontarians.

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  • Patients + Research: Dr. David Gray

    Economics professor Dr. David Gray took part in a clinical trial at The Ottawa Hospital to see whether an immunotherapy drug could keep his high-risk skin cancer from coming back. Four years later, he’s still cancer-free.

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Donor lungs with hepatitis C safely transplanted to patients at UHN
Donor lungs from individuals infected with hepatitis C have been successfully transplanted into 10 patients at Toronto General Hospital, University Health Network. This success could mean 1,000 more lungs would be available for North Americans in need of a transplant. Click Here.  Read more >
Research hospitals make Ontario healthier, wealthier, smarter #onHWS
Research Hospitals make Ontario Healthier, Wealthier, Smarter
Visit www.healthierwealthiersmarter.ca to learn more. Follow the conversation on Twitter with #onHWS.     Read more >
North American first: Sunnybrook studies scalpel-free brain surgery to treat depression
Each year, 1 in 5 Canadians will experience a mental health problem or illness and, at some point in their lives, about 24 per cent of adults will experience an episode of major depression. For the first time in North America, researchers at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre are investigating the safety and effectiveness of using […] Read more >

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CAHO hospitals eager to partner with new government towards a healthier, wealthier, smarter Ontario
Toronto, June 12, 2018 – The Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario (CAHO) congratulates Premier-designate Doug Ford and is eager to support the new government in reducing hospital wait times, ending hallway medicine and creating good jobs for Ontarians. “CAHO members, Ontario’s 23 academic research hospitals, provide care to Ontarians across the province and serve […] Read more >
Patients + Research: Andra Fawcett
After surviving a major stroke in her early 50s, Andra began participating in research at Kingston Health Sciences Centre. She shares her experience and thoughts on why health research matters for Ontarians. Read more >
Budget recognizes critical need of Ontario hospitals
Toronto, March 29, 2018 – The Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario (CAHO) applauds the Government of Ontario for its commitment to health care in the 2018 Budget and for recognizing the critical need of hospitals with an investment of $822M, the largest in nearly a decade. The funding is a foundational step in relieving […] Read more >

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