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Five major CAMH cohort studies will advance research and care

Thanks to the Discovery Fund, many large-scale and transformative projects are underway

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CAMH and U of T receive over $3 million to create national radiopharmaceutical hub

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and the University of Toronto (U of T) have received over $3 million to advance and commercialize radiopharmaceutical technologies for health care, and to train a new generation of scientists and clinicians.

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CAMH Releases New E-cigarette Use Guidance and Recommendations

Comprehensive review of international literature reveals health care impacts of e-cigarette use amid increased use in adults and youth

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CAMH announces the Temerty Discovery Centre

When complete, new facility will accelerate groundbreaking mental health research and serve as a beacon of hope

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1 in 8 pregnant people have a disability, but significant gaps exist in the provision of accessible care

Landmark report provides recommendations to improve care for thousands of Ontario women

About 1 in 8 pregnant people have a disability, but significant gaps exist in the provision of accessible care
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New evidence suggests stronger link between teen cannabis use and psychotic disorders

Study first to show age-dependent link between self-reported cannabis use and subsequent psychotic disorder diagnosis

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Dr. Jeff Meyer holding up his nutraceutical product

CAMH develops first ever clinically validated natural supplement to prevent postpartum blues

Product now available in the U.S. with global distribution planned

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18.Mar.2024

CAMH forms strategic partnership to advance women's health

Supported by Manulife, a new alliance between womenmind™ and the Women’s Health Research Cluster helps advance gender parity in research

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