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 •  February 12

A Winnipeg woman with lupus says the loss of a specialized team of nurses who delivered intravenous treatments at the Health Sciences Centre is causing unnecessary delays in care and discomfort for other patients, as well as putting added stress on hospital staff. Under the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority's consolidation plan, a team of nurses...

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 •  July 25, 2017

Nearly 20 nurses specializing in intravenous insertion and burn and trauma care at the Health Sciences Centre will be out of jobs this fall, says the union that represents nurses in Manitoba. "I am very concerned about the impact these changes are going to have on the people of Manitoba and I think we have to speak out," Sandi Mowat, president of...

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 •  November 30, 2015

Hepatitis C '1-size-fits-all treatment' eliminates virus in many Hepatitis C often undiagnosed in baby boomers, says doctor Ontario's health minister said a national strategy to deal with intravenous drug users, rather than a piecemeal approach ...

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 •  July 11, 2015

A made-in-Canada combination of two viruses to target and attack tumours started its first clinical trial experiments in humans.
At a news conference Friday at the Ottawa Hospital, researchers announced a Phase 1 clinical trial to test the safety of attacking cancer using a variation of the common cold virus called adenovirus and another virus ...