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Some research projects under the Ontario Pharmacy Evidence Network (OPEN) are at risk of not being completed after the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care terminated the OPEN Stimulus three-year grant program. Researchers that...

source: CBC News

The widely prescribed statin, simvastatin, can medically help patients with secondary progressive Multiple Sclerosis (SPMS) — for reasons that might be unrelated to the drug's intended cholesterol lowering affects, a UCL study has...

source: Technology Networks

Edmonton scientists and doctors are collaborating with a multinational drug company to develop a new tool which will help doctors predict how aging affects health. AltaML, an Edmonton software company developing artificial intelligence,...

source: CBC News

About 3,800 elementary and high school students have received a dose of the measles vaccine since B.C. began its "catch-up" immunization program last month, according to new numbers from the province. That's a 106 per cent increase...

source: CTV News

Ontario public health experts are launching a new research centre focused on boosting immunization rates and countering unfounded fears stoked by the anti-vaccine movement. The Centre for Vaccine Preventable...

source: Globe and Mail

A Canadian insurance company hopes stopping over-prescription of opioids will help reduce the number of overdoses and addictions. Manulife has launched a program to make sure doctors and pharmacists aren't handing...

source: City News


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