An Olympian against the odds

Slopestyle skier Kaya Turski was at the top of her game – until a serious injury threatened to ground her Olympic dream. Take an in-depth look at the innovative surgery performed by LHSC’s Dr. Bob Litchfield that helped her compete in Sochi.

Did you know?

For over 50 years, a free accommodation service in London has made the journey through cancer easier for out-of-town patients.

Dying for a good night's sleep

As one of LHSC’s Sleep and Apnea Assessment Unit’s first patients, Jerry Lee discovered that sleep apnea was not only robbing him of his rest – it also threatened to kill him. Over the next 25 years, Lee and his health care team at LHSC embarked on a journey to save his life.

Making room

The challenges faced by an over-capacity hospital – and how discharge planning helps to get the right patient in the right bed at the right time

Decoding the elements for a cure

New research led by Lawson Health Research Institute’s Dr. Richard Kim shows that for estrogen receptor positive breast cancer – one treatment doesn’t fit all. Go inside the new strides being made in the field of personalized medicine.

The changing face of cancer treatment

Rod Sinn was living the life of his dreams - until a startling discovery of oropharyngeal cancer threatened to end it all. Using the da Vinci surgical robot, LHSC’s Dr. Kevin Fung and Dr. Anthony Nichols provided a treatment option beyond the standard of care in hopes of preserving his quality of life.

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