Michele has treated thousands of people with cancer. She shares her perspective on resilience and clarity – two positive side effects of this awful disease.
A wife and mother, my detour from my regularly scheduled programming began only a few short months ago as I was told I have breast cancer.
Exceptional health care, like the kind we have in Hamilton, is a huge benefit to the lives of many people. Everyday, the skilled teams working at Hamilton…
Hamilton Health Sciences has developed a long-range digital health plan that will improve the way we deliver care through innovations in technology.
The evidence that informed global dietary guidelines came from early Western-led nutrition studies that only focused on Western countries. Since then, we’ve learned much more about nutrition around the world. Our Population Health Research Institute is looking at nutrition from a global lens which is now challenging common nutritional wisdom.
Dr. Stacey Marjerrison of McMaster Children’s Hospital writes about her pursuit of improving care for Indigenous children with cancer through research.
The relationship between Hamilton Health Sciences and its physicians is changing. Find out more about the important work underway and why you should take note.
Providing palliative care services alongside disease specific treatment can improve the quality of a person’s life. The Palliative Care Nursing Practice Committee at HHS is making that happen…
As autism researchers, we’re not striving for a single discovery. Instead, we aim to ensure that every child with autism has an “optimal outcome”. But first, we want to re-define what that means.
We’re getting our financial house in order by unlocking new value for our patients. Everyone at Hamilton Health Sciences can participate in this journey.
Dr. John You is leading a new three-year national study aimed to address earlier and better conversations between patients with a serious illness, their families and health-care teams…
It’s been 15 years since the completion of the Human Genome Project, one of the largest undertakings in scientific history. The goal was to not only understand genetic factors in human disease, but to set the course for new treatments and prevention methods for ailments like cancer and heart disease.