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CURE New Issue Alert: Canadian Edition

Here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside our Canadian issue.
BY Katie Kosko and Jessica Skarzynski
PUBLISHED September 12, 2019
Here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside our Canadian issue:



What should a national pharma-care program look like in Canada? A government advisory council proposed a plan to institute universal pharmacy care. But is everyone on board? In this issue, we have A Healthy Debate.

Next, imagine learning of your cancer diagnosis not from your doctor but by reading it, alone, at home from your computer screen. As patient portals become more popular, this has become a reality for some patients in Canada. So is it a good or bad thing? One feature explains how Power is Going to the Patients.

And, step Out of the Haze. Chemo brain has become a major issue for patients following cancer treatment. It affects daily living, leaving patients with questions as to how to fight this side effect.  Many have found help in the form of mental and physical exercise.

To read these stories and more, visit the Summer Issue of our Canadian Edition online.

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