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Helps the Canadians to deal with sclerosis issues and improve on back pains.
Provides relevant and current information about ALS in an easy to understand format, much of it may be downloaded from this site.
World's leading independent international medical relief organization.
Increases organ and tissue donation across the province and improve related processes and functions.
Regulates the practice of medicine to protect and serve the public interest.
Longest-standing and most prestigious Canadian research organization devoted to advancing cancer control.
Improves the performance of the cancer system by driving quality, accountability and innovation in all cancer-related services.
Dietitians of Canada is an association of food and nutrition professionals committed to the health and well-being of Canadians.
Committed to leadership in physiotherapy through the provision of advocacy, professional development and career support services for its members, enabling them to be successful in their careers and in providing quality physiotherapy services to the citizens of Ontario.
Dedicated to improving quality, efficiency, access and equity in the delivery of cardiac services in the Canadian province of Ontario.
Committed to advocating for the well being of children and families, promoting an environment that leads to mental health and promoting quality children's mental health programs.
Helps you to learn about the types of diabetes, living with and managing diabetes and information on diabetes in Canada and around the world.
Provides leadership and advocacy for people with mental disorders.
Protects the publics right to quality dental services by providing leadership to the dental profession in self-regulation.
National voluntary organization dedicated to helping individuals with Tourette Syndrome and their families and other interested parties by: gathering and distributing information, promoting local self-help and professional services and promoting research.
Not-for-profit, voluntary organization, which exists for the benefit of its member anesthesiologists.
Provides the dental associations with the strength and leadership to act as the voice of Ontario dentists to advance oral health care for the public.
Repairs the damage, and restore public confidence in our health-care system.
Advocates for the professional interests of midwives and for the Ontario Model of Midwifery Care. Provides public education and promotes midwifery as an integral part of the Ontario health care system.
Dedicated to increase public awareness about autism and the day-to-day issues faced by individuals with autism, their families, and the professionals with whom they interact.
Non-profit nongovernmental health organization dedicated to promoting independence and optimal quality of life for children and adults living with seizure disorders, by promoting information, awareness, support services, advocacy, education and research.
Serves and supports deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people, parents of deaf and hard of hearing children and to educate the hearing public.
Provider of health and safety awareness, education, assistance and training within the Ontario service industry.
Sets standards of practice and conduct to ensure that you receive competent and safe care.
Organized to commemorate the discovery of Insulin by Dr. Frederick Banting and to establish a fund that would support medical research of young Canadian scientists for whom initial financial support may not otherwise be available.
Dedicated to excellence in protecting the public, serving its members, and promoting the highest possible quality of the practice of massage therapy in a safe and ethical manner.
Organization is dedicated to find a cure for this potentially deadly disease, and feels the way to find a cure for diabetes was through significant funding of diabetes research.
Organization specialized on breathing issues, provides therapies and asthma programs.
University Health Network is comprised of Toronto General Hospital, Toronto Western Hospital and Princess Margaret Hospital. UHN is the overall umbrella organization that supports each of the hospitals.
Formed in 1987 through the association of Canadian lupus organizations, Lupus Canada was federally registered as a non-profit charity in February 1988 and incorporated in March 1989 with the objectives of encouraging cooperation among the lupus organizations in Canada and promoting public awareness and general education about lupus.
Information about affordable and supportive housing, community support and counseling, work and learning opportunities, financial assistance, health services, social programs, advocacy, supports for family/friends.
Provides a wide range of cancer support programs and services to serve the emotional, social, and informational needs of people living with cancer, and those who care for them.
Association which represents the interests of homeopathic doctors and promotes homeopathic medicine throughout Canada.
Medical research foundation that is focuses on finding the cure for inflammatory bowel disease and raising money for charity.
Educates athletes, coaches, and parents at the grass roots-level and up about the benefits of sport massage.
Focused is on reform of the current regulation of natural health products under the Food and Drug Act, and in obtaining practitioner status for naturopathic doctors.
Ensures that every child with cancer in Canada and his or her family will have equal available resources from the time of diagnosis, through treatment to remission, or palliation and bereavement for the family and siblings.
Assists people with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities to achieve independence, self-reliance and full community participation.
Articles and information about Aplastic Anemia and Myelodysplasia disorders.
Inspires, guides and supports health care employers and staff to achieve the healthiest and safest workplaces.
Provides a large variety of network and web services.
Promotes public and professional awareness of Alzheimer Disease and related dementias and offers a variety of programs and services.
Non-profit charitable organization with a mandate to address the changing needs of people in Ontario with cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities, recognizing the inherent dignity and rights of all individuals.
Committed to making a positive difference in the lives of individuals with spinal bifida and/or hydrocephalus.
Non-profit corporation made up of organizations, which provide community mental health services and non-service alternatives, or addiction and substance abuse services.
Provides physiotherapy, rehabilitation and occupational health services such as work site assessment, athletic therapy and others.
The Federation and the TMA are member-driven organizations that work for the benefit of member musicians. The TMA has been a part of the Toronto area music business for over a hundred years. We encompass all areas of the music business. Our musicians (and other AFM members) are the musicians you see playing in concert halls, theaters, night clubs and at private parties.
Organization of practicing physicians who strive to provide high quality medical services to the public, through consultation by referral from other physicians, as well as through public service education.
CVAA has been and continues to be an association which educates and unites all health professionals pracising in IV therapy and vascular access.
Promotes the Quality of Family Medicine in Ontario through Leadership, Education and Advocacy.
Volunteer-based organization dedicated to assisting all persons with gastrointestinal or urinary diversions by providing emotional support, experienced and practical help.
Homeopathy is recognized as health care system in Ontario, and forms a united and regulated body of qualified practitioners who provides safe, effective and professional homeopathic health care to the public.
Association specialized on health care and improves the health care system in the community.
Raises funds for cystic fibrosis research and care. Provides articles and publications on the Cystic Fibrosis treatment. Includes volunteer and donations information.
Site provides information about types of diabetes, living with and managing diabetes and information on diabetes in Canada and around the world.
Research program, created to lend the combined expertise of a group of scientists, from across Canada
Analyzes the principles and structures on which the present health care delivery systems are based.
Dedicated to supporting and helping international medical doctors, and students, pass the relevant licensure examinations and to obtain training to practice medicine in Ontario, Canada, and the USA.
Represents the majority of community cardiologists across the GTA. Provides its objectives, general information, executives list, upcoming events, breaking news, GTA research groups, GTA community hospitals, links to GTACC cardiologists sites.
Provides support to families whose children have Mucopolysaccharide (MPS) and related diseases.
Group of Mannatech associates, members and customers in the Greater Toronto Area of Ontario, Canada formed for the purpose of sharing Mannatech's mission of hope, health, and opportunity.
Affiliated with the International Association of Fire Fighters, representing over 200 members.
Family based advocacy group, that raises money in order to help the families and people who has this disorder.
Provides a voice for children's cancer control and treatment and plans for provincial needs and co-ordination.
Cancer association, which is focused on finding the cure and make it easy on those who are affected.
Dedicated to raising the levels of diagnosis, treatment and prevention of the schizophrenias and allied disorders.
Occupational Health Services provides mobile hearing-screening unit outfitted with latest high-tech equipment to test the Mayor’s hearing. The Mayor passed the hearing screening with flying colors.
A coalition of community agencies, hospitals, health and social service organizations in east downtown and Riverdale. Provides reports, partnership and projects information.
Helps to consolidate and promote the growth and quality of sleep disorders studies.
Health care association, which is, specialized on Autism spectrum disorders with information on how to fight it.
Group includes Cardiologists, Chiropractic Specialists General Practitioners, Occupational Health Specialists, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons, Orthopedic Surgeons, Neurologists, Neurosurgeons, Physiatrists, and Rheumatologists.