Rare Diseases

4 articles
by Brent Leonard

‘Cure sometimes, treat often, comfort always’: The importance of support networks

Brent Leonard poignantly describes the isolation of having an extremely rare, terminal illness to suggest that human connection may be the best solace for those whose conditions cannot be understood by medicine—let alone cured.

by Karen Palmer Mike Tierney Christopher Doig

Can healthcare do better for people with multiple chemical sensitivities?

by Wendy Glauser Michelle Stasiuk Maureen Taylor

When it’s a zebra: Does Canada need a rare disease strategy?

by Amol Verma Travis Murdoch Nathan Zilbert

Prostatectomy, pharmacare, and protein mutations

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