Today's Family Medicine News Highlights

September 13, 2019

The Globe and Mail

Genetic data and AI could enable dermatologists to predict the risk of diseases in their patients

Global News

Federal campaign leaders respond to the move to ban e-cigarettes

Ottawa Public Health announces delays in the availability of flu vaccines for the general public

CBC

How a safe supply of drugs could help combat overdose-related deaths in Canada

Canada's lung and colon cancer survival rates are among the highest compared to other high-income countries

Ontario government announces plans to restructure its health ministry

CTV

President of the Manitoba College of Family Physicians reacts to CTV’s call of a PC majority and what it means for health

A new study finds kidneys infected with hepatitis C are viable and safe after transplant

Kenya becomes the third African country to introduce the world's only licensed malaria vaccine

Toronto Star

Ontario government facing court challenge over elimination of social assistance benefit for vulnerable children

Conservative leader's proposed tax cuts on new parents' EI benefits estimated to cost $1B a year

NDP Leader pledges more money for health care and a new hospital in Brampton, Ontario

La Presse

Bilan depuis janvier 2019 : 47 personnes atteintes de rougeole au Québec

La ministre promet des améliorations en CHSLD face aux accidents médicaux

La survie au cancer du poumon et du côlon se prolonge au pays

Le Devoir

Promesses du Parti conservateur : Moins de taxes pour les nouveaux parents

Régine Laurent s’engage à donner suite au rapport sur le décès d’une enfant de 7 ans

Le Journal de Montréal

250 $ aux 2 ans de remboursement pour les lunettes et lentilles des moins de 18 ans

Campagne fédérale : Une certaine ouverture face à l’élargissement de l’aide médicale à mourir

Le Journal de Québec

Partis fédéraux : Trop tôt pour prendre position sur le vapotage

L’actualité

Hôpitaux et avortement au menu du jour 2 de la campagne électorale


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