How a made-in-BC strategy could end AIDS in Canada

Here’s how BC decreased the number of AIDS cases in the province by 88%

How a made-in-BC strategy could end AIDS in Canada
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MEILI and MONTANER: Here’s how BC decreased the number of AIDS cases in the province by 88%

Why it is critical we learn from past healthcare mistakes

Failure, after all, is part of the process of improvement

Why it is critical we learn from past healthcare mistakes
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TEPPER and MARTIN: Failure, after all, is part of the process of improvement

4 ways to make pharmacare work for Canadians

Canada only developed country with a universal healthcare system that does not include universal coverage of prescription drugs

4 ways to make pharmacare work for Canadians
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MORGAN: Canada only developed country with a universal healthcare system that does not include universal coverage of prescription drugs

Getting a grip on the risks of vaccination

In the case of MMR vaccination, doing nothing is the more dangerous choice

Getting a grip on the risks of vaccination
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ROTENBERG: In the case of MMR vaccination, doing nothing is the more dangerous choice

Dying badly a fact of life in Canada

A lack of proper palliative care could lead to increases in requests for assisted suicides

Dying badly a fact of life in Canada
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CHOCHINOV: A lack of proper palliative care could lead to increases in requests for assisted suicides

The risk of turning healthy people into patients

The over-treatment of risk factors for heart attacks and strokes is doing more harm than good

The risk of turning  healthy people into patients
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FRANK: The over-treatment of risk factors for heart attacks and strokes is doing more harm than good

End-of-life care in Canada needs another look

When is it OK for doctors to let someone die?

End-of-life care in Canada needs another look
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WRIGHT: When is it OK for doctors to let someone die?

5 things every Canadian should know about obesity

5 things every Canadian should know about obesity
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SHIMMIN: Successful obesity management requires realistic and sustainable treatment strategies

Canadian employers waste $5B a year on inefficient drug coverage

Money would be better spent on increasing salaries and improving other benefits such as dental care

Canadian employers waste $5B a year on inefficient drug coverage
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CASSELS and O’BRADY: Money would be better spent on increasing salaries and improving other benefits such as dental care

Most Canadians don’t understand food nutrition labels

How simplifying and standardizing food labels can help with better food choices

Most Canadians don’t understand food nutrition labels
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MILLAR and MELOCHE-HOLUBOWSKI: How simplifying and standardizing food labels can help with better food choices