Cancer Care and Research at MSH

Mount Sinai Hospital has one of the largest non-regional specialized cancer programs in Ontario. We deliver a full-spectrum of care – starting with prevention and early diagnosis, extending into chemotherapy and surgery, and continuing into support for survivors and for people living with life-limiting diagnoses.

Throughout the month of April, we will share stories that highlight the groundbreaking work and compassionate care provided by our people across the system in cancer care and research. We will demonstrate the collaborative approach of treating the whole person, and not just the cancer, with expertise and support available to patients from spiritual care to nutrition. We will examine a clinical trial currently underway, hear from researchers on their hopes and dreams for improved treatments and deliver a first-hand account of going through the pathway of diagnosis to treatment.

We Are Leaders

17,000 doses

of chemotherapy are delivered at Mount Sinai each year

40 per cent

of our research is cancer-related

3,000 people

have cancer surgery at Mount Sinai each year

To learn more, stay tuned here and across our social media channels throughout the month and follow the hashtags #SinaiStories and #SinaiResearch.

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