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Grateful patient shares how a second opinion saved his life

There was an itchy, irritated spot on Lee’s chest that wouldn’t go away. A visit to his local dermatologist in Little Rock, Ark. determined that it was melanoma. 438 more words

Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center

Young and bisexual? Study highlights need for more support

by Margaret Robinson, Mi’kmaq feminist scholar working on LGBTQ issues in health

When it comes to LGBTQ health issues, bisexual people are frequently overlooked. Too often, bisexuality is dismissed as a phase or trend, and programs designed for gay, lesbian, or trans youth may not provide the support and mentorship that bisexual youth need. 949 more words

Social Change

Be Safe app for youth: A community creating change

by Erin Schulthies

On April 1st, the London branch of the Systems Improvement through Service Collaboratives launched the Be Safe app, a tool to help… 653 more words


The future is here: My experience with personalized medicine

by Larry Meikle

My name is Larry Meikle. I’m a retired Ontario civil servant and a student in the University of King’s College Master of Fine Arts program in Creative Nonfiction Writing, where I’m in the process of writing my first book. 724 more words