Sharon Batt’s brief on behalf of BCAQ to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Health on the new guidelines of the Patented Medicine Prices Review Board (PMPRB)

Sharon Batt was happy to address the new guidelines of the PMPRB in November, as this is her field of expertise. In it she writes, “Our brief on the new guidelines of the PMPRB discusses the politics of industry funding. Many patient organisations today receive support from the pharmaceutical industry, to the extent that these relationships can seem normal. We don’t think they are.”

Click here to read the brief

Preventing Breast Cancer by Decarbonizing Our Lives

Three Unique Perspectives

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 at 7pm

How can the complex links between climate change and illness, including breast cancer - that can be traced back to fossil fuels - be made clear?



Preventing Breast Cancer by Decarbonizing Our Lives

Remembering ROSANNE COHEN 1957-2020

Three Simple Things to Improve Cancer Care

Toxic Substances. Great Q & A.

A Story You Will Want to Read

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