While joint-replacement surgery is a relatively common procedure, the level of complexity increases tenfold when a patient has bone cancer.
The Adult Epilepsy Program at Hamilton General Hospital helps patients become seizure-free.
Thanks to donor funding, a multipurpose room used by the Behavioural Health Program at St. Peter’s Hospital has been transformed into an inspiring new space.
The Child Life team at McMaster Children’s Hospital has pivoted and adapted quickly to the changing needs of children and youth in hospital during COVID-19.
Richard was diagnosed with lymphoma. The groundbreaking new CAR T-Cell therapy was his last option to live a cancer-free life.
As an inpatient at St. Peter’s Hospital during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, Joan never felt concerned for her safety in the face of the virus.
The very sight of food made him feel sick to his stomach. Scott from Niagara Falls was at a family gathering in August 2013 when the nausea and the pain in his lower left side began.
Cooper’s CT scan showed a large tumour on the right side of his brain. He was immediately transferred to McMaster Children’s Hospital for urgent surgery.
On November 3, 2020, Lori M. from St. Catharines was announced as the grand-prize winner of our 50/50 Inspiration Lottery. Lori took home $81,390!
The Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation community is profoundly saddened by the passing of David Braley.