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What does it take to recover from #COVID19 ? Specialists at Sunnybrook share approaches to rebuild strength and endurance after prolonged bed rest, and they explain why rehabilitation is essential:

For a few weeks in mid-March, 32-year-old doctor Ariel Lefkowitz kept a diary about his experience setting up Sunnybrook’s first Covid ward. It became our June cover story. Here, editor Sarah Fulford interviews Dr. Lefkowitz (click for full video):

CONCOR-1 is a promising pan-Canadian COVID-19 clinical trial that Sunnybrook's community of donors, including @BMO  and @AmicaCharity , have quickly come together to raise over $1 million for. ➡️ Read more:

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Today is #BrainCancerAwarenessDay  in Toronto. Sunnybrook is leading the way in cancer treatment with the @Elekta  Unity#MRLinac . This cutting-edge machine combines high-resolution MRI and radiation, delivering greater precision and new hope for patients:

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Coordinated by a Sunnybrook research team, the CONCOR-1 trial takes donated plasma from completely recovered COVID-19 patients. It's tested to ensure it has enough antibodies, frozen, sent to hospitals and injected into patients hospitalized with COVID-19:

Since day one, Sunnybrook'>Team Sunnybrook has been on the front-lines of the #COVID19  pandemic. Each day, they continue to take on this challenge with courage, resilience and leadership. Take a look inside some of our care units during the month of May:

A team at Sunnybrook is working to better understand how SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, spreads in the environment. ➡️ Read more about this simulation study:

The SunnyBrook Ballroom is now the SunnyBrook Social Distancing Drive-In, for the time being, showing current movies and classics every weekend — including “Jaws” on Memorial Day. 🦈

Two years ago, Trevor was diagnosed with necrotizing fasciitis, a rare but serious infection. Here’s how the team at Sunnybrook helped him recover:

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#Oilers & @Condors  forward Colby Cave has been placed in a medically-induced coma & admitted to the critical care unit at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto after suffering a brain bleed overnight. Please keep Colby & his wife Emily in your thoughts & prayers at this time.

UPDATE: #Oilers  & @Condors  forward Colby Cave is out of emergency surgery at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto. Doctors removed a colloid cyst that was causing pressure on his brain. He remains in a medically-induced coma. Emily & his family ask for continued thoughts & prayers.

NEW: Researchers from Sunnybrook, U of T and McMaster have isolated the agent responsible for the outbreak of COVID-19. This will help researchers in Canada and across the world develop better testing, treatments and vaccines, the hospital says.

“Thanks to nimble collaboration, the team was able to culture the virus from two clinical specimens in a Level 3 containment facility," according to Sunnybrook Research Institute.

A research team comprising of clinical microbiologists and infectious disease specialists from Sunnybrook Hospital, McMaster University and University of Toronto has isolated the virus responsible for causing COVID-19.

Ontario officials say there is a "presumptive positive" test result for the coronavirus in Toronto. A man in his 50s had travelled to Wuhan, China and felt ill on his return to Canada. He is now in stable condition in Sunnybrook hospital. WATCH LIVE:

Some hope. "Research team has isolated the COVID-19 virus - Sunnybrook Research Institute"

#BREAKING: Sunnybrook Hospital says the patient who was hospitalized last week with coronavirus has been discharged.

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre is caring for a patient who has a confirmed case of the novel coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China. The patient is in stable condition and has been admitted to an isolation room. More info:

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