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New study in Quebec long-term care facilities

Dr. Don Vinh continues his work to understand why some people are more vulnerable to COVID-19

COVID-19 in prisons: understanding the spread of the disease

Since the start of the pandemic, COVID-19 rates in Canadian correctional facilities have been...

Understanding the health impact of inactivity for the benefit of older adults and astronauts

A study using bedrest as an analog to microgravity will provide data for eight Canadian research projects

When is dead really dead?

Dr. Sam Shemie leads the death prediction and physiology after removal of therapy study (DePPaRT study)

RI-MUHC researchers support Canada’s efforts to address the COVID-19 pandemic

Drs. Emily McDonald and Todd C. Lee are part of the Canadian Network of COVID-19 Clinical Trials Networks...

Overcoming vaccine hesitancy

Our best hope of charting a course to a post-pandemic world

Early diagnosis is key to prevention of potentially fatal complication in type 1 diabetes

New RI-MUHC study of international data suggests awareness and access to care are key factors in improving...

New study of hydroxychloroquine usage may help personalize lupus treatment

RI-MUHC researchers identify factors associated with poor outcomes for lupus patients

Reaching new heights by working together: Innovative industry partnership

RI-MUHC-led team will use artificial intelligence to improve survival rates of cancer-diagnosed patients

Two studies confirm efficiency of saliva tests for COVID-19

Testing is the cornerstone of the fight against COVID-19, and a test that can be self-administered would greatly increase the options for case...

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