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Toronto Cataract Conference to return March 2nd

Over 2.5 million Canadians currently live with cataracts; in 2031, this number is projected to reach 5 million. Each year in Canada, over 350,000 cataract surgeries are performed, making it a highly common and important procedure for ophthalmologists. The 2019 Toronto Cataract Conference will feature internationally renowned guest speaker Dr. David F. Chang, who is […]

Inaugural Joint Conference to explore relationship between Heart Disease and Diabetes

According to statistics from the American Heart Association, adults with diabetes are 2-4 times more likely to die from heart disease than adults without. Approximately 68% of diabetics above the age of 65 will die from some form of heart disease. Poor diabetes management can lead to abnormal cholesterol levels and high blood glucose levels […]

Paediatric Dermatology Update returns in November

Everybody’s skin is different, so it is not surprising that the same skin conditions may be recognized and treated differently depending on the individual. As Neil Prose, a pediatric dermatologist at Duke University Medical Centre, says, “treating a dermatology condition isn’t a one-size-fits-all matter[1]”. Children’s skin differs from adult skin in several ways; these differences […]

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