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Canadian breakthrough that became the world's most expensive drug, then vanished, gets second chance
Glybera, a made-in-Canada medical breakthrough that became known as the world's most expensive drug, was abandoned after only one commercial sale in Europe. After seeing a CBC report on Glybera's fate, Canada's National Research Council decided to develop an affordable version for Canadians.
Food for pot: Cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals now legal but can't be sold for some time
The rules for those products — cannabis edibles; cannabis extracts including vaping products; and cannabis topicals — have been the source of some criticism, however.
She's not a doctor, but this nurse practitioner thinks she's part of the future of rural health
Sarah Kennedy has opened a private clinic in Labrador City and says more of them could be a solution to the shortage of family doctors in N.L.
Cancer clinics in Yarmouth, New Glasgow suspended due to doctor availability
HPV vaccine cuts rates of cervical pre-cancer by 57% in B.C. women
'Street valium' deaths prompt public health warning
Beef recall expands as federal food agency investigation into Toronto slaughterhouse continues
High-profile B.C. Mountie with PTSD says support system is 'broken' and 'in crisis'
High-performance? CBD-infused drinks for athletes coming as pot edibles are legalized
First probable case of vaping-related illness confirmed in B.C.
As cannabis vaping set to become legal, public health experts urge strict control
Deadly Eastern equine encephalitis virus found in mosquito pool in Windsor, Ont.
Pharmacists press federal parties to address persistent drug shortages
Scientists find how deadly malaria parasite jumped from gorillas to humans
Windsor car dealership kicks employee mental health into high gear
Crown asks Alberta's top court to convict Stephans for treating dying boy with home remedies
Domestic violence causes brain injuries, and advocates say not enough people are talking about it
Partner of Ottawa man with brain injury says he faces 'inhumane' wait for specialized care
Alberta government joins B.C. lawsuit to recover costs related to opioid crisis
'If there's a fire, I'm dead': Quadruple amputee battles condo board for access to her own building