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More from Canadian Chiropractor | Education | Clinical | Events October 7, 2013
Gene sequencing solves one-fourth of mystery diseases in kids, adults
They were mystery diseases that had stumped doctors for years – adults with strange symptoms and children with neurological problems, mental slowness or muscles too weak to let them stand. Now scientists say they were able to crack a quarter of these cases by decoding the patients' genes.
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Ontario breast cancer screening program benefits high-risk women
Women in Ontario with a higher risk of developing breast cancer are seeing their cancers caught earlier, a new report from Cancer Care Ontario’s breast cancer screening program showed.
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Cancer risk profiles for Canada’s largest cities revealed in new report
Municipalities in western Canada generally lead healthier lifestyles and have better cancer risk profiles than their eastern counterparts, according to a new report released by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.
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Number of Alberta chiropractors reaches 1,000th mark
Alberta has just licensed its 1,000th chiropractor, marking a milestone for the province’s chiropractic regulations, the Alberta College and Association of Chiropractors (ACAC) has announced.
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CMCC president Dr. Jean Moss to step down in 2014
The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) board of governors has announced that Dr. Jean Moss will step down from her position as president, effective June 30, 2014. She will continue to lead CMCC for the remainder of the academic year.
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Ministers of health convene to set priorities for Pan American health cooperation
Ministers of health from throughout the Americas met at the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), Regional Office for the Americas of the World Health Organization (WHO), to discuss the major health challenges facing the region and to set policies and priorities for PAHO’s technical cooperation in its member countries.
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B.C. opens phase two of local communities health grant
Local governments in British Columbia will soon be able to apply for a grant under the Healthy Communities Capacity Building Fund, which aims to help develop local policies and actions to improve the health of residents in various communities.
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