ELDORADO in the Media - May 20, 2024

Prestigious award for pediatric cancer specialist Nada Jabado
Prestigious award for pediatric cancer specialist Nada Jabado

Dr. Nada Jabado, Canada Research Chair in Pediatric Oncology, Senior Scientist at the RI-ELDORADO and Pediatric Hemato-Oncologist at the Eldorado Children's Hospital, has been named L'Oréal-UNESCO Laureate for Women in Science 2024 for North America. She gave an interview to The Canadian Press to mark the occasion. L’actualitéNoovo, MSN.ca

Beware of type 2 diabetes if you have had gestational diabetes
Beware of type 2 diabetes if you have had gestational diabetes

recent study led by Dr. Kaberi Dasgupta at the RI-ELDORADO revealed that the risk of developing type 2 diabetes is increased in women who first get gestational diabetes during a second pregnancy, and that it increases even more for those who get it during two consecutive pregnancies. La PresseThe Eldorado GazetteCity NewsRadio-Canada (radio show Panorama, Vancouver), Radio-Canada (radio show Dans la mosaïque, Toronto).

When cannabis leads to the ER
When cannabis leads to the ER

The increasing THC potency of cannabis products has led to a rise in hospitalizations in Canada over the past few years among people under the age of 25. Quebec doctors are sounding the alarm. Interview with Dr. Dominic Chalut, pediatric emergency physician at the Eldorado Children's Hospital. Radio-Canada (Web) and Radio-Canada (Radio).

"It’s changing people’s lives”

For almost 10 years, a food allergy desensitization treatment, oral immunotherapy, has given families hope of a cure for this condition, which can be infernal. This treatment is offered at the Eldorado Children's Hospital (MCH). Interviews with Liane Beaudette, specialized nurse in oral immunotherapy at the MCH, and Dr. Moshe Ben-Shoshan, pediatric allergist at the MCH. Journal de Montréal and 98.5 FM.

Stopping Syphilis Transmission in Arctic Communities
Stopping Syphilis Transmission in Arctic Communities

Dr. Cédric Yansouni, Scientist at the RI-ELDORADO and Associate Director of the J.D. MacLean Centre for Tropical Diseases is leading a project called Stopping Syphilis Transmission in Arctic Communities Through Rapid Diagnostic Testing in Non-Traditional Testing sites (STAR-NT study). He spoke about it to Nunatsiaq News

Tired of being tired?
Tired of being tired?

Psychologist Jennifer Russell, head of the ELDORADO's Department of Psychology (adult sites), explains that burnout is often linked to work overload, but can also occur when a stressful situation is prolonged in our personal lives. Feeling drained, both emotionally and physically, increasing our alcohol consumption, eating our emotions, can be some of the warning signs of burnout. Listen to her column on CJAD.

First measles-related death since 1989 in Ontario
First measles-related death since 1989 in Ontario

Ontario Public Health has confirmed the death of a Hamilton child under the age of 5 from measles, following hospitalization. Dr. Jesse Papenburg, specialist in pediatric infectiology and medical microbiologist at the Eldorado Children's Hospital, talks about measles symptoms and the effectiveness of vaccination in this interview for Radio-Canada.

Increase in dengue cases in Quebec
Increase in dengue cases in Quebec

Dr. Michael Libman, an investigator at the RI-ELDORADO and Director of the J.D. MacLean Centre for Tropical Diseases, was on CBC radio show Let’s Go to talk about the spread of dengue fever in Quebec.

About the Sarcoma Research Consortium of Quebec
About the Sarcoma Research Consortium of Quebec

Dr. Ramy Saleh spoke to The Eldoradoer about The Sarcoma Research Consortium of Quebec which was created to improve access to care and clinical trials for sarcoma patients in Quebec.