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Cancer survivor has raised over $250,000 for Princess Margaret Cancer CentreTORONTO — Breast, ovarian, cervical, uterine, vaginal, vulvar – these are all women’s cancers.  More than 3,100 participants...read more...
Day camp offers unique program for special needs kidsTORONTO — When Yaffi Scheinberg was working toward her degree in education in Israel 10 years ago, she had no idea that working with special...read more...
Baycrest launches new online brain testBarb Dixon has a thing for tests. Having spent 14 years testing software as director of a company’s software quality assurance, the 71-year-old...read more...
Brain trust gala commemorates Gerry PencerThe Gerry & Nancy Pencer Brain Trust held its 14th Annual Brain Trust Gala on May 28 with 560 guests celebrating “A Night at the Castle...read more...
Tel Aviv University to receive eye-related research programDr. Allan Slomovic will be setting up a major eye-related research program at Tel Aviv University due to a donation of $110,000 from retired...read more...
Study links circumcision, lower rates of prostate cancerA new study from Canada indicates a possible connection between male circumcision and a lower likelihood of prostate cancer. The study, published in...read more...
Doctor puts focus on people with ASD, Down syndromeDr. Jacob A. Burack, a researcher and a professor in McGill University’s educational and counselling psychology department, was in Toronto late...read more...
Charity fashion show raises over $55,000BAC2Fashion’s sixth annual charity fashion show explored Toronto’s fashion heritage last week while benefiting Toronto seniors at the...read more...
We need more ‘brain-friendly’ classrooms, not more Ritalin, to cope with ADHDIlana Chernack Special to The CJN   There is no doubt that we live in a fast-food frenzied world, a place where instant gratification, quick...read more...
Young professionals partner with Chai LifelineIt is never planned, and when it happens, it is always a shock. A child is diagnosed with a serious illness or has special needs. Families can be...read more...

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