- Those considering cancer treatment
- Early cancer detection
- General medicine practice
- To oncogene diagnosis/medical research facilities personnel
McGill University currently has 21 faculties and over 300 specialist fields of study, and it is one of the most influential international research universities in Canada.
At the request of the cancer patients at the UDX Hirahata Clinic we will soon be receiving a second opinion from a team centered around Professor Gerald Batist, of the McGill University oncology course (Jewish General Hospital).
McGill University is an internationally well known medical institution, ranking 18th in the “World University Rankings (Medicine)” officially announced by the British education magazine Times Higher Education.
McGill University, founded in 1821 and the university with the longest history in Canada, is located in Montreal, Quebec, and receives support from and is presided over by the government of Quebec according to university legislation.
On the medicine side, Professor William Osler, said to have been influenced by chairman of St. Luke’s International Hospital Professor Hinohara, established McGill University on the first foundations of medical education in North America, and it is also known that he took up a teaching post there from 1874 to 1884.
The university has turned out a great number of Nobel Prize winners, and Professor Ralph Steinman’s recent Nobel Prize win in Physiology and Medicine, for discovering dendritic cells which can be likened to immune cells’ control towers, was also a talking point in Japan.
The University also lays claim to the following Nobel Prize winners.