monday, September 4, 2012
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Top News

Women’s College Hospital at the Olympics – Dr. Julia Alleyne makes WCH proud as the chief medical officer at the 2012 Olympic Games. > MORE

Quality @ WCH

Putting patients first – Women’s College Hospital’s Mohs Centre aims to exceed Cancer Care Ontario’s standardized wait times. > MORE


An innovative solution for women with gynecological cancer – Women’s College scientist creates an online support system for gynecological cancer patients to discuss body image, sexuality and intimate relationships, anonymously. > MORE

WCH in the Media

Dr. Julia Alleyne is featured in the Toronto Star in an article about her role as chief medical officer for the Canadian Olympic team. Click here to read the story.

Dr. Meb Rashid receives media coverage on as he continues to advocate for refugee health care in Canada.  To learn more, click here.

For more WCH news articles, click here.

Women’s Health Matters

This month, Women’s Health Matters spoke to Frances Stewart, nurse continence advisor at Women's College Hospital, about what urinary incontinence is as well as the important voice that incontinence patients have in helping to prevent social isolation.


From the Foundation

Women for Women’s – Change the world of health care while you're enjoying lunch on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012. Sounds like a regular day for you, doesn't it? Join us at the second annual Women for Women’s luncheon. Click here to buy your ticket or table now, or visit


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