Most Canadians wouldn’t associate their country with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. But, with 230,000 Canadians living with these diseases, Crohn’s and colitis have been called “Canada’s disease”.
For urban Canadians, access to physical therapy is rarely in question. For BC residents in northern or rural locations, however, access to health professionals can’t be taken for granted.
On July 25, 2014 the UBC Faculty of Medicine completed an update to its donor wall in the Life Sciences Centre, commemorating its wide range of generous supporters.
For more than 20 years, UBC radiologists have been funding -- out of their own pockets -- fellowships for residents and newly-appointed specialists from Canada and beyond.
Midwifery is a field of study caught between modern and ancient: an emerging field in Canada, yet a timeless tradition around the world. A new initiative will add even more excitement.
Marg Meikle, CBC Radio's "Answer Lady," created a ritual that became the most reliable source of funding for UBC Parkinson's research.
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