MAA Matters -

The Student-Senior Isolation Prevention Partnership
MedSoc’s SSIPP has proven so successful, it has attracted 96 med students and gone national …...
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Gratitude and Appreciation
Thank you to Meds alumni who generously supported MAA programs and helped today’s medical students become tomorrow’s physicians. Their support means the world to the...
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Class of 7T2 Memorable Moments in Medicine
Celebrating the Class of 7T2’s 50th anniversary with memorable moments...
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Class Notes
News from your classmates...
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Heart surgeon makes one breakthrough – then another
A giant in his field - It’s close to 70 years since Dr. Wilfred Bigelow from the Class of 3T8 revolutionized cardiovascular surgery....
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In Memory of Dr. Bernard Langer, Class of 5T6
Bernie, a “surgeon’s surgeon,” performed the first liver transplant in Toronto. As Chief of General Surgery at U of T, he pioneered subspecialty training. ...
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In Memory of Dr. Robert Douglas Burgess, Class of 7T4
Rob, a family practitioner in Whistler, British Columbia, was frequently whisked away by helicopter to attend to skiing injuries high on the mountains....
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Reconciling medical education and health care for Indigenous peoples
Much needs to be done to reconcile medical education and health care for Indigenous peoples. Here’s what’s underway now....
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Who was Dr. Peggy Hill?
When Dr. Marion Hilliard (Class of 2T7) took to the high-school stage to speak about her career as an obstetrician/gynecologist, Marguerite (Peggy) Hill sat enthralled....
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