Radio Noon Montreal | Apr 18, 2013 | 26:23

Discussing Quebec's new plan to fight cancer

Shawn Apel talks to Dr Jean Latreille and Dr Gerald Batist about the new provincial plan to fight cancer. We also hear from our listeners about their experiences with cancer.

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