Outcry over public health cuts, roadblocks to cannabis research, and doctors caught using their own sperm in fertility treatments in this week’s top health news.
Would surgeons be less candid and proactive if patients had access to video of their procedures?
There are options for medical organizations to help physicians have financial security in their old age.
Communities in Nunavut are struggling with high TB rates and some are holding mass-screening clinics to help combat the problem.
Ontario to regulate autism therapists, shares in non-compliant pot producer plummet, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Without more health workers, strategies to improve access won’t work, said the president of the Ontario Medical Association at a recent health summit.
Financial uncertainty and ecological threats were among top concerns discussed at the Canadian Medical Association annual meeting.
Incoming Canadian Medical Association president Dr. Sandy Buchman called for “compassionate leadership” as CMA continues its transition to a broader social enterprise.
More than three quarters of Canadians say they expect online access to their full medical history within the next decade.
Cancer drug shortages, protecting kids from climate change, and a push by natural health stores to sell CBD products in this week’s top Canadian health news.