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Bowmanville woman wants Health Canada to push awareness of ‘breast implant illness’

A Bowmanville, Ont., woman says she wants the Canadian government to increase awareness about the risks that comes with getting breast implants, which she says made her severely ill. Rose Finlay, 29, ... read more

Woman with arthritis approved for euthanasia in Canada

A 77-year-old woman with ... although Canada legalized assisted dying last year for people enduring unbearable suffering, two doctors refused to administer lethal drugs since they feared being charged ... read more

Health-Care Reform Passed. So What Does It Mean?

After months of party wrangling that culminated in a Sunday night political spectacle, President Obama has finally managed to push through far-reaching reform to the country’s health care system. The ... read more

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Assessing a "Public Option" for Health Care

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