The cardiorespiratory fitness of survivors of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia is 22 per cent worse than that of Canadians generally, and genetics might play a role, an UdeM scientist finds.
In his lab, UdeM professor Alexis Vallée-Bélisle is busy perfecting a biosensor that patients with kidney disease, heart disease or other chronic illnesses can use without leaving home
Breakthrough opens new paths to fight against the deadly virus, say scientists at Université de Montréal and other international research centres.
Canada's radiologists are looking to artificial intelligence software to better analyze the data they collect. Do patients know what they're getting into?
Montreal research team unravels an adaptive mechanism involved in controlling insulin action, showing that glucagon plays a crucial part in it and can thus be a protective asset.
Montreal health-care professionals develop 27 daily exercises for patients to stay in shape once they return home and avoid falls.
The discovery by UdeM microbiologist Yves Brun and his American colleagues could have a major impact on the development of new antibiotics.
Four researchers participating in the Leucégène project offer a positive assessment of the first decade of work on a deadly form of leukemia.
Researchers at the CRCHUM are exploring a possible therapeutic approach to fighting the virus that causes AIDS.
Fluconazole, a medication that's commonly used to treat yeast infections, can result in a greater chance of miscarriage, an UdeM study finds.