Monthly Archives: March 2015

National pharmacare in the news again

A new study came out in the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) this week suggesting that national pharmacare in Canada would save a minimum of $4.2 billion. I’ve written about this topic before, and I hope that this study will … Continue reading

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Immune to measles!?

I got some good news last week from my GP’s office — apparently I still have significant immunity to measles. Wow. I’m still immune-suppressed, but at least I have some fight still left in me! I’m inordinately happy about this … Continue reading

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