We were told we weren't going home; they were like, "We're starting treatment right away."
I think I am probably a lot nicer nowThe Score: 0
My grandfather passed away about two weeks after going home. He lived longer than we thought he would.
It was tough to see him lose his dignity.The Score: 0
Medical care is infinitely better than 30 years ago and we take that for granted.
The health system is profoundly undemocraticThe Score: 0
For some of our families, it is extremely important that death occurs in the intensive care setting.
There is no one right way to do death.The Score: 0
The stories of 11 people living on the front lines of the opioid landscape in Ontario
The Opioid ChaptersThe Score: 0
I probably have some sort of medical appointment every week. It’s an incredible amount of time.
I have had HIV for 26 years.The Score: 0
I was denying it and thought it was going to blow over. Then I was angry. I thought, 'This is going to interrupt my life.'
This is happening! We’re being called back.The Score: 0
I always look for the latest detection methods and treatments. There must be some advances! There’s nothing.
Then the radiologist said, “It’s cancer.”The Score: 0
I was terrified for the first month. The overnight shifts! You are allowed to sleep but you still have to be very vigilant.
I don’t mind making basically minimum wage.The Score: 0
"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
"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