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  Ontario Making Hospital Parking Affordab  
 

“Parking fees should never be a barrier for patients when they go to the hospital. With today’s announcement, we are providing relief from the high cost of parking at some hospitals in Ontario. By making parking more affordable for patients and their loved ones who visit the hospital often, we are helping to reduce the burden of parking fees and putting patients first.” Dr. Eric Hoskins Minister of Health and Long-Term Care

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  AMC Newsletter  
 

You can view The Association of Mature Canadians newsletter Volume 7 Issue 1 by clicking the icon below. AMC World-Wide Travel Insurance / Medi-Select Advantage is now available For information just call us!

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  ITS MY LIFE  
 

Did you know that about half of all cancers can be prevented? A new interactive tool from the Canadian Cancer Society can help you cut your risk.

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  NEW TAB- Access Centre  
 

Your Association website has an interesting array of website links to help our members access some of the health and care websites available on the net.

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Health News

  Children out of cancer treatment options offered h  
 

Childhood Cancer 20171123

Terry Fox "precision oncology" initiative brings scientists from across Canada together to use genetic sequencing in an effort to provide new treatment for children whose cancer has not responded to other interventions.

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  New booze labels in Yukon warn of cancer risk from  
 

Alcohol warning labels

The new labels will be unique in Canada, and are being introduced as part of an ongoing Health Canada research project in Yukon. Researchers say the labels 'reflect what consumers said they wanted to know.'

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  Public transit in Toronto dangerously noisy, study  
 

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The sudden screeches, squeals and clangs that are a regular feature of commuting by public transit in Toronto could be contributing to long-term hearing loss and health effects, according to a new study.

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  Liberals to scrap policy that rejects sick, disabl  
 

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Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says the government is committed to ditching a policy that rejects immigrants because they're sick or disabled and could be a drag on the health system.

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  Opioid prescriptions in Canada on the rise over la  
 

Opioid Prescribing Trends 20171121

Doctors have been prescribing more opioids overall, but giving individual patients fewer doses at one time, a new report says.

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  Toronto hospital to build $30M treatment and resea  
 

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St. Michael's Hospital announced on Wednesday it plans to build a $30 million treatment and research centre for multiple sclerosis.

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