I Was Shocked to Receive a Cancer Diagnosis at 21 —Thankfully North York General Hospital Guided Me Through It
My 92-year-old mother, Shiu-ngan, a retired seamstress, was an active member of the North Toronto Chinese Baptist Church for years.
It’s been said that every moment is precious to those who know the value of time. For Ali and Sharon Ghafour, this truly speaks to how their lives have been shaped by a health crisis with their newborn twins Aurora and Adam.
Pamela Boisvert isn’t one to exaggerate, so when she says her recent experience at North York General Hospital “completely changed her life,” she means every word.
Our daughter Ella had always been an enthusiastic and happy person until 2021, when she started to become more withdrawn and less motivated. At first, we thought it might be teenage hormones — she was 15. However, the problem continued and by fall Ella seemed like a different person. We became terribly concerned.
Diagnosed with prostate cancer for the second time, I felt hopeless and depressed.
Sometimes you just need to be open in order for something better to come into your life.
When you’re a first-time mother-to-be, preparing for your child’s arrival usually includes preparing the nursery, shopping for baby clothes, or finding the perfect stroller.
On one particular day, his chest hurt and his breathing was laboured, causing him to worry that he was having a heart attack
In his role as a paramedic, William Brunhayne spends a lot of time in hospitals. That’s why it came as a bit of a surprise when one day, while on shift, he needed emergency care too.