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Researchers hoped health data would be treated as personal and sensitive. They were disappointed to find the sharing going on was really “business as usual.”
An inside look at how Purdue Pharma pushed OxyContin despite risks of addiction and fatalities.
A Vancouver doctor says the tentative agreement British Columbia recently reached with the province’s 13,000 doctors doesn’t do enough to change family medicine and address what she describes as a crisis in primary care.
Startups are scrambling to figure out how best to respond and when to call the police — questions that even experts don’t have good answers to.
A woman whose breast implants were linked to her developing cancer is appalled that the surgical enhancements are still available in Canada despite being banned in 40 countries.
Nova Scotia Health Authority CEO Janet Knox says challenges remain for the organization, but it’s making process as she prepares to move on.
“People do financial planning for retirement, but what about retirement health planning?” one expert says.
The country offers a cautionary tale about democracy and voting rights.