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    Issue No. 13                                                                             May 2018

'Bring it on' 

Shock waves. Panic. Hope. Inspired. Over five chapters, one patient of Dr. Heather Ross has shared his personal story that led to a shocking diagnosis of heart failure. This is the fifth and final installment. (Update: Brad Pope will cycle the 75 km Ride for Heart in Toronto this Sunday.)  
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Thank you

Earlier this month, 500 participants assembled for Canada's largest meeting devoted to heart failure. Many videos are now available online. As the Ted Rogers Centre grows and seeks to engage both clinical and research communities, we'd appreciate any thoughts you have about HF Update and, even if you didn't go, what content you'd look for in future events. 

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Ted Rogers Centre fills second Chair position

Last month, we proudly appointed Dr. Slava Epelman to the new role of Loretta Rogers Chair in Immunobioengineering. The Toronto clinician-scientist, a world expert in how immunology affects heart health, will translate new discoveries into strategies to stop heart failure and promote heart regeneration.
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New hope for ATTR amyloidosis patients?

For this widely under-diagnosed, progressive and often fatal disease, there are few options for treatment. But a new approach using antibodies carries huge potential into clinical trials now underway. We have the story.
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The best is yet to come

Big thanks to U of T Advancement in helping us produce our first-ever public report that details our ambitious mission. Over the next decade, the Centre will redefine how we care for people with heart failure.
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