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    Issue No. 22                                                                        January 2020

From 'promise' to 'progress'

Ted Rogers Centre teams have now spent five years peeling back the layers of a complex disease within a new ecosystem of innovation and discovery. Together, we are building a future where heart failure is no longer a threat to the lives of so many. 
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Gazing 10 years into the future

A brand new risk prediction model empowers women at low risk of future heart problems to undergo breast cancer therapy without worrying about the cardiovascular impact. And it identifies the few whose hearts are at great enough risk that therapy should be modified.  

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A new frontier for iPSC research

We funded a novel technique to produce some of the world's best control stem cell lines through whole genome sequencing – and now have the blueprint to create precision models to study disease.
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First device to stop a bleeding heart

Surgeons and inventors at St. Michael's Hospital have developed a "heart plug" they believe has the potential to save thousands of lives in the emergency room. They participated in our ECHO program.
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Expressive writing workshop for HF patients 

“Turning your experience into poems and stories is a powerful way of helping you heal from the shock, trauma and upheaval of being diagnosed and then living with a serious illness.” 
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