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by Liana Hwang

‘Extremely frustrated’: B.C. family docs shut out of vaccination drive

“It’s outrageous. We’ve always partnered in influenza vaccination and used our offices and our knowledge of our patients and the local community to facilitate vaccination. And we were utterly shut out.”

by Maddi Dellplain ... ...

Groundbreaking research into ME/CFS a pandemic ‘silver lining’

ME/CFS is a misunderstood complex chronic illness affecting more than 600,000 Canadians. For decades ME/CFS patients have been left without proper medical support. But now, with the wave of new post-viral illnesses from the COVID-19 pandemic, ME/CFS patients might finally see some answers.

by Catharine Chambers Nicole Naimer Maddi Dellplain

The Faces & Phases of COVID-19

The Faces/Phases Project is a portrait of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada. Through a series of data visualizations, we cover the first two years of the pandemic.

by Andre Maddison Mike Nicholson Emily Hughes Sheliza Halani Shelly Dev

Quit Buggin’ Me: Antibiotic Prophylaxis for Infective Endocarditis and Baloxavir Marboxil for Uncomplicated Influenza

by Seema Marwaha

It’s not just about you – screw the flu!

by Sue Robins

Much ado about the flu vaccine

by Karen Born Andreas Laupacis

Should health care workers be required to get the flu vaccine?

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