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Entangled humpback update, the case for nurse anesthetists and new Lyme clinic opens

Bullet buoy trailing behind Canuck and view of whale's flank with lice infestation. (Cetus Research and Conservation Society)
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David Lennam guest hosting this week!

Christie McMillan, a marine biologist in Alert Bay, gives an update on Canuck, the humpback whale entangled in fishing gear that has been spotted in the Strait of Georgia.

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Could nurses help fill the need for anesthetiia in B.C. hospitals? David peaks with Rita Schreiber who is a professor in the School of Nursing at the University of Victoria.

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Dr. Bonnie Henry, the director of public health emergency services for the BC Centre for Disease Control, talks about a new clinic and research study on Lyme disease and other chronic illnesses, following studies which found under-reporting and inadequate testing of Lyme disease.

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