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It was tough to see him lose his dignity.The Score: 0
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Medical care is infinitely better than 30 years ago and we take that for granted.
The health system is profoundly undemocraticThe Score: 0
- Why is there a gender wage gap in Canadian medicine?
Many say a gender wage gap should not exist in Canadian medicine, where the system is mostly fee-for-service. Others say the system is part of the problem.The 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
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