KQED examines realities of Canadian healthcare

Good piece on NPR this morning about what a KQED correspondent found when she went to Canada and talked to citizens and doctors about their experience of wait times. Click to go to their site and listen.

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One might ask, what does this have to do with patient empowerment? In my view, one of the most fundamental human rights (and responsibilities) is to know what your options are regarding your well-being.

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