"The challenge in Canada is the failure to acknowledge the impact of racism or white supremacist logic in health care."
"Providers downplay the role of racism."The Score: 0
- Why patients pay taxes on medical marijuana—and have trouble getting it covered by insurance
More than 100,000 Canadians have prescriptions for medical cannabis, but most pay for it out of pocket. They also pay sales tax on it, and the government's proposing they pay even more.The Score: 0
- Depression and MAID: Terminally ill patients are often depressed. But that doesn't mean they're incompetent.
Ralph LewisThe Score: 0
- Do patients have recourse if they're denied medical assistance in dying?The Score: 0
"I kept wondering what was going on in my patient's lives. That led to my research."
"I wanted to work in community clinics."The Score: 0
- Why Canada needs more genetic counsellors
Genetic testing is more and more common—and more and more complex. We need qualified people to guide us through the implications and the results. But in Canada, we only train a handful of genetic counsellors each year.The Score: 0
"I had the operation, but it turned out I didn’t have cancer. I was very angry."
"It turned out I didn't have cancer."The Score: 0
- We know how to reduce mortality after hip fracture. But do we care enough to?
Harman ChaudhryThe Score: 0
- REPLAY: Bloody Brilliant! Diagnostic Management of Pulmonary Embolism and Frequency of Blood DonationThe Score: 0
- Four for four: Candidates for CMA president on responding to the feds' proposed tax changes
In the final installment of Healthy Debate's exclusive "Four for four" series, candidates for CMA president discuss the federal government's proposed tax changes on incorporated businesses.The Score: 0
- Fellow doctors, please don't "diagnose" Trump—it's dangerous for everyone
Lawrence LohThe Score: 0