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 Issue No. 11                             #HeartMonth                           February 2018

Register now for Heart Failure Update 2018 

Canada's largest event dedicated to heart failure returns to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on May 11-12. Members of Ted Rogers Centre partners attend at no cost: follow the link below for the details. The password is "promise". For speakers and topics, see the meeting agenda
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$1 million innovation awards announced 

Two visionary projects can transform how we manage heart failure in emergency departments and cardiomyopathy in children. Discover our first-ever $1 million innovation grants. 

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A scavenger receptor vs. high cholesterol

“Learning the physiological role of SR-BI when it comes to HDL cholesterol could open new avenues to prevent and treat inflammation and atherosclerosis.” For one researcher, this work is personal.
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Cardiac Connections: Dr. Jason Maynes 

A close collaborator with our Centre, Dr. Maynes studies heart failure, cellular models of heart failure, and the discovery of new drugs to restore cardiac function. See what he says of the work underway, as well as his role treating special patients at SickKids.   
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Did you know? 

The Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research is the result of the single largest private gift in the history of Canadian health care. It enabled teams of experts at three institutions to work together to achieve our promise.
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