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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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  Mother uncovers lasting impact of infant son's org  
 

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An ultrasound showed one of Sarah Gray's unborn twins was missing part of his brain, a fatal birth defect. His brother was born healthy but Thomas lived just six days. Latching onto hope for something positive to come from heartache, Gray donated some of Thomas' tissue for scientific research — his eyes, his liver, his umbilical cord blood.

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  'Just do it now:' doctors encouraged to make offic  
 

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Doctors' offices and clinics ought to make their facilities more accessible for Canadians with disabilities, a medical journal editor argues.

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  Whooping cough vaccine's immunity drops substantia  
 

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The vaccine to protect against whooping cough works well at first, but immunity drops off quickly, making it more important for babies to get inoculated when they're most vulnerable, Canadian doctors say.

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  'Nothing to do with public health': Big Tobacco fi  
 

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Cigarette packaging is about to lose volume in the U.K. and in France, as both countries follow Australia's lead with regulations forcing plain cigarette packaging in 2017. And Canada is moving closer to parallel these regulations.

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  Foot doctor used experimental implants unapproved  
 

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Pierre Dupont was banned from dentistry for life, but returned to the medical field as a foot specialist. A Go Public/Radio-Canada investigation has revealed the chiropodist in some cases used his own experimental implants.

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  'Lives at stake': campus counsellors say province  
 

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Ontario must develop a plan to deal with the increase in students arriving on campus who need mental health services, say provincial counsellors who work with them.

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