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  Dr. Brian Wilson recognized for his Contributions to Biophotonics
(January 27, 2014)
Dr. Brian Wilson recognized for his contributions to biophotonics
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  Radiation before surgery more than doubles mesothelioma survival: UHN study
(January 20, 2014)
Radiation before surgery more than doubles mesothelioma survival: UHN study
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  UHN Launches Cutting-Edge Biospecimen Database
(January 13, 2014)
UHN Launches Cutting-Edge Biospecimen Database
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  Congratulations to Ian Tannock - Member of the Order of Canada 2013
(January 02, 2014)
Congratulations to Dr. Ian Tannock - Member of the Order of Canada 2013
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  Princess Margaret sole Canadian cancer centre chosen for global consortium to advance new cancer therapies
(December 05, 2013)
Princess Margaret sole Canadian cancer centre chosen for global consortium to advance new cancer therapies
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  Colon cancer researchers target stem cells, discover viable new therapeutic path
(December 02, 2013)
Colon cancer researchers target stem cells, discover viable new therapeutic path
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  Stem Cells: Uncovering Critical Regulator of Blood Cell Development
(November 21, 2013)
A study by Dr. Gordon Keller provides new insight into how blood-forming stem cells are generated by identifying key factor that regulates their development
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  Dr. John Dick awarded The Canadian Cancer Research Alliance's Outstanding Achievements in Cancer Research award
(November 13, 2013)
Dr. John Dick awarded The Canadian Cancer Research Alliance's Outstanding Achievements in Cancer Research award
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  The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation takes "cutting-edge" approach to its Billion Dollar Challenge
(November 04, 2013)
The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation takes "cutting-edge" approach to its Billion Dollar Challenge
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  Metformin, a commonly prescribed diabetes drug, may inhibit cell proliferation and decrease cancer risk
(October 23, 2013)
Metformin, a commonly prescribed diabetes drug, may inhibit cell proliferation and decrease cancer risk.
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