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Medical Biophysics is an interdisciplinary department, in the Faculty of Medicine, covering the fields Cellular and Molecular Biology, Medical Physics and Imaging, and Molecular and Structural Biology. The focus of the Department is on research and the education of Graduate students. Primary locations are the Ontario Cancer Institute of the University Health Network and at the Sunnybrook & Women's College Health Science Centre. Members of the Department undertake research in a variety of biomedical areas, with an emphasis on basic and applied research related to cancer. Research projects which cut across the conventional disciplinary boundaries, such as those between physics, engineering, chemistry, biology and medicine are encouraged.

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Evaluation of support groups for women with breast cancer: importance of the navigator role

Glypicans: Proteoglycans with a surprise

OCI-5/GPC3, a glypican encoded by a gene that is mutated in the Simpson- Golabi-Behmel overgrowth syndrome, induces apoptosis in a cell line-specific manner

Glypican-3-deficient mice exhibit developmental overgrowth and some of the abnormalities typical of Simpson-Golabi-Behmel syndrome

Cytochrome P450 1A2 (CYP1A2) activity, mammographic density, and oxidative stress: a cross-sectional study

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