Pharmacy's Christopher Siu wins over MasterChef Canada audience
City residents without a health card get care from U of T undergrads
Drug-resistant infections are a man-made problem. Is it one we can solve?
Pharmacists will be crucial to developing a more efficient health-care system in Canada
BlackBerry-sized device developed at U of T can identify cancer type and severity in 30 minutes
Many talented Canadian researchers are returning home from the U.S. And it's not for the maple syrup.
Implant infused with drugs can treat ovarian cancer, minus the chemo side effects
Raymond Reilly was looking for a better way to diagnose breast cancer. Instead, he discovered a new way to treat it
Professor Christine Allen uses nanotechnology to ensure cancer-fighting drugs get where they need to go
The Leslie L. Dan Pharmacy Building doesn’t open till September, but it’s already turning heads
Natural-health products and may cause adverse reactions with cancer treatments
U of T grad scores nation's highest mark on pharmacy exam
Herbs and other natural remedies can have negative side effects or harmful interactions with drugs
State-of-the-art pharmacy lab will include compounding and dispensing facilities