Of the 53,109 ADR reports received in 2012, almost 80 per cent were categorized as “serious.”
Canada has fewer MRI and CT scanners than the average high-income OECD country with universal health care.
If provincial finance ministers are convinced they require more funding for health care, they have the ability to raise that revenue themselves.
Canadian patients may be denied new innovative drugs and other health technologies emerging for the treatment of chronic diseases such as cancer.
Donald Trump’s characterization of Canada’s health-care system as “catastrophic” may be political hyperbole, but we cannot ignore the huge problems that plague our system.
Canada imposes complete government control over people's access to medically necessary care.
Diseases such as rabies, malaria and leprosy still afflict many in less-developed countries.
In 2014, Canadian physicians reported that patients faced an 18.2 week wait from referral by a general practitioner to receipt of treatment.
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