McGill University Health Centre

McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada is an multi-component research center, medical school, advanced bio-genetics lab with numerous hospitals and clinics for patient care. The McGill University Health Centre is noted for its work in cancer, pediatrics, and biomedical research. MUHC is well respected for its cancer research and stem cell research.

Address
2155 Guy St., #200, Montreal (Quebec), Canada H3H 2R9
E-mail
clinical.research@muhc.mcgill.ca
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Diabetes: We are in it together

Living in a household implies sharing duties and responsibilities but it could also imply sharing your diabetes. A research team from the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) has shown, through combined analyses of several ...

Jan 23, 2014
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Groundbreaking discovery in deadly childhood cancer

A new study by Canadian researchers may pave the way for more effective treatment of an aggressive and deadly type of brain tumour, known as ETMR/ETANTR. The tumour, which is seen only in children under four, is almost always ...

Dec 11, 2013
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Understanding the effects of genes on human traits

Recent technological developments in genomics have revealed a large number of genetic influences on common complex diseases, such as diabetes, asthma, cancer or schizophrenia. However, discovering a genetic variant predisposing ...

Jul 31, 2013
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How the body aids and abets the spread of cancer

The very system that is meant to protect the body from invasion may be a traitor. These new findings of a study, led by investigators at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC), ...

Jul 01, 2013
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Treating ovarian cancer: New pathways through genetics

A new discovery that sheds light on the genetic make up of ovarian cancer cells could explain why some women survive longer than others with this deadly disease. A multi-disciplinary team led by the Research Institute of ...

Sep 24, 2012
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