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Diluted Cancer Drugs, MSVU Billboard, Disabilities and Poverty

Some cancer patients in New Brunswick learn they've been receiving diluted cancer drugs. We hear how the Saint John Regional Hospital is handling the situation. Mount Saint Vincent University answers questions about why an all-male billboard ad is promoting a campaign honouring the accomplishments of women. We ask: is having a disability a poverty sentence? Are people with disabilities being left behind?

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