From Cradle to Grave Swedish-Canadian Style

February 21, 2012 at 3:07 pm Leave a comment

Last week we told you about former Leaf captain, Mats Sundin’s contribution to an elite scientific exchange program in the field of developmental health between the University of Toronto and the Karolinska Insitutet in Mats’ home town, Stockholm, Sweden. Below is a recently released video from the University of Toronto with more information on this historic collaboration.

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