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Finding information about your health shouldn’t be complicated. Healthy Tomorrows is a collection of health stories, insights and tips from experts at The Ottawa Hospital to help you and your family live healthier lives.

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Awake Brain Surgery: Your questions answered

Awake brain surgery may sound like science fiction, but neurosurgeons at The Ottawa Hospital use it to transform the lives of patients with life-threatening brain tumours or lesions. Dr. Safraz Mohammed, staff neurosurgeon at The Ottawa Hospital answers your questions about awake brain surgery.

Gwen Barton
Inuit cancer patients receive care in Nunavut thanks to ongoing hospital partnership

Although Inuit patients from Nunavut typically come to The Ottawa Hospital for cancer care, they can now receive more care close to home. It’s part of an ongoing partnership between The Ottawa Hospital and Qikiqtani General Hospital.

David Cook
Rock star researcher uses big data to answer big questions

David Cook is receiving the Worton Researcher in Training Award in recognition of his outstanding cancer research achievements and pioneering new techniques.

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Stroke, brain tumour, awake brain surgery: nothing stops Ron Wulf

A quiet night in for linguist Ron Wulf was the beginning of a long health journey that included a stroke, a brain tumour and awake brain surgery. He credits the staff at The Ottawa Hospital and his love for language for helping him recover and is sharing his experience with the medical community.

Dr Rebecca Auer talking to the Cancer patient
World-first clinical trial aims to protect cancer patients from COVID-19

Our researchers are leading the way in a world-first clinical trial to protect vulnerable cancer patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jill Hamer-Wilson
Recognizing early signs of lung cancer: Jill’s story

Jill Hamer-Wilson has turned her lung cancer diagnosis into a mission. She advocates for patient partnership in research, and strives to help medical professionals and patients understand the early warning signs of lung cancer. She hopes that her efforts will lead to early detection and more effective treatment.

This website gives you common facts, advice and tips. Some of it may not apply to you. Please talk to your doctor, nurse or other health-care team member to see if this information will work for you. They can also answer your questions and concerns.