Just four weeks of prehabilitation (pre-surgery preparation) may be enough to help some cancer patients get in shape for surgery. That’s according to a recent study of close to 120 colorectal cancer patients in Montreal. This potentially means that, barring unforeseen circumstances that stem from the surgery itself, their recovery is likely to be speedier too, according to earlier research from the same McGill-led team.
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BSW Advising Session, January 25, 2017, 2:30-4:00, Wendy Patrick Room
Schizophrenia and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Research Program Seminar Series: Expertise and cortical reallocation in autism, Dr. Lauren Mottron
What's new? New titles include:
- The nursing job search handbook
- Canadian workplace culture: mastering the unspoken rules
- 350 métiers où ça bouge
- More new books: CaPS - New Books
These books can be borrowed at CaPS, Brown Student Services Building (room 2200)
Title: A prescribed scalar-mean curvature problem
Paradoxides - Real or Fake? Paradoxides is a genus of large to very large trilobites found throughout the world during the Mid Cambrian period, about 500 million years ago.
From L-functions to "Beyond Endoscopy"
"We saw a lot of traffic on our social media sites the night of the election, as prospective students gave their opinions." Kim Bartlett, director of admissions at McGill.
Read more: The Hollywood Reporter
“Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced approvals for two major export pipelines Tuesday, while dismissing a third pipeline and imposing a ban on oil tanker traffic on the northern section of B.C.’s coast.” (Financial Post)
McGill astrophysicist Matt Dobbs is spending a month at the South Pole helping to install a new camera in a huge telescope designed to help untangle mysteries of the universe by examining the cosmic microwave background -- the light left over from the Big Bang.