St. Paul’s medical biochemists make breakthrough advance on a mysterious disease.
Thanks to the support of donors to St. Paul’s Foundation, we are able to purchase the latest in lifesaving technologies, attract the brightest medical minds, provide inspired care to hundreds of thousands of patients every year and develop world-leading advances in research and medical teaching that benefit many more.
A seemingly harmless runny nose turns out to be a much more serious problem.
Dr. Oviedo-Joekes and her colleagues at the Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcome Sciences at St. Paul’s (CHÉOS) are providing options—and hope—in some of the darkest days of the opioid crisis.
Early detection is key when reducing mortality rates for cancers of the head and neck. In a new program supported by St. Paul’s Foundation’s Enhanced Patient Care Fund, otolaryngology residents bring care to a neighbourhood in need.
In her work as a music therapist in the St. Paul’s Mental Health Program, Mara Sawchyn has had her share of touching moments.
Learn how seed money from St. Paul’s Foundation helped Dr. Don Sin secure a major grant from Genome Canada.
A new imaging technology at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver is letting doctors see blockages in blood vessels leading to the heart without invasive probes.
Initial results are very promising and this could prove to be a game changer for those facing the uncertainty of an Alzheimer’s diagnosis.
The new equipment includes a screen, much like a TV, which has a series of lenses that connect it to a recorder which can then be hooked up to the ophthalmologist’s computer, allowing the ophthalmologist to place test images on the screen to determine how a patient’s vision has been impacted by an injury.
Donors have completed the funding of a television production and broadcast centre that will enable health-care professionals around the world to learn about life-saving procedures pioneered at St. Paul’s.