Monthly Archives: October 2014

National pharmacare in Canada creeps forward (I hope)

Earlier this month, the Canadian Press published an article about the current state of plans for a national pharmacare program in Canada based on a report by Dr. Marc-André Gagnon (“A Roadmap to A Rational Pharmacare Policy in Canada”). The way things stand … Continue reading

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Crohn’s and work: ongoing stress, flexible schedules

It’s been a while, but I’ve found some time in between rushing to get work done, getting sick, dealing with the backlog, etc. to be able to post again. First, some more stats, because I know we all love stats: … Continue reading

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