The importance of nurses in our health care system is undeniable. At the Montreal General Hospital, they contribute greatly to the excellent care that we provide to our community and they play a key role in various medical teams.
Breast cancer affects women and their femininity, often leaving them feeling that their womanhood has been diminished by the disease. A person’s entire life is shaken by such a diagnosis. Then things happen fast: treatment, surgery and if appropriate, reconstruction after the mastectomy or lumpectomy. When treating breast cancer , priority is given to oncology …
Researchers from the MGH are part of the multidisciplinary team that was recently selected for funding through Cancer Research UK’s (CRUK) Grand Challenge competition: a 20 million British pounds grant to explore the links between chronic inflammation and cancer.
Giving monthly benefits everyone! By joining our monthly donation program, you will have an even greater impact on the care offered to the community. And there are many benefits to changing your regular donation to a monthly donation.
When challenged with mental illness or addiction it’s difficult to see what will come next, to believe that one day our life will get better. It’s all the more difficult when the problem is psychological in nature, affecting our mental health and our ability to keep things in perspective or even to take action. Thankfully, Peer Mentors from the Recovery Transition Program offer another perspective, one of hope and recovery.
The Montreal General Hospital Foundation and the Cedars Cancer Foundation joined forces again this year to co-host the second edition of the Soirée en Or gala, with proceeds going to the Program for Innovative Therapeutics in Chest and Esophago-Gastric Cancers.
The MGH Foundation is launching a major fundraising campaign under the banner of CODE LiFE: Vital Support for Vital Care. Our objective is to raise $100M to improve patient care, support research, and provide our medical teams with an environment that helps them meet their daily challenges.
On October 3, 2018, the Montreal General Hospital Foundation joined forces with other MUHC partner foundations to celebrate research.
Dr. Gerald Fried has been awarded the Governor General of Canada Meritorious Service Cross. This prestigious award recognizes citizens who have made remarkable contributions to many fields, from advocacy to healthcare, research to humanitarian initiatives. Dr. Fried is Chairman of the Department of Surgery at McGill University, and Surgeon-in-chief of the McGill University Health Centre. …
With a view to continually improve patient care, the Division of Cardiology will soon open a state-of-the-art Centre at the MGH that will be devoted to the analysis and treatment of hereditary cardiac diseases. The goal is to try to understand why certain people, often young, healthy individuals with no history of cardiac disease, suddenly die, develop coronary heart disease or experience early heart failure.