As the general public health system improves, ordinary citizens receive the care they want. We look forward to our continued cooperation in the area of healthcare services.’ Regarding to John Kelsall, president of HPIC, ‘Canadian medical aid and knowledge are reinforcing Cuba’s efforts to improve its healthcare capability. We are grateful to the Canadian federal government, through CIDA, for making this possible.’ Health Companions International of Canada is definitely a medical help organization dedicated to improving access to healthcare and medicine in the developing world. Since 1990, HPIC offers provided more than $280 million of medical help to 116 countries.Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he spent some time working as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing and submitting articles on politics, medication, and wellness for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other papers and magazines in america and European countries. Jon has shipped lectures and seminars on global politics, wellness, logic, and creative capacity to audiences all over the world.
Canadian Cancer Statistics 2010 targets treatment, support for dying patients Canadian Cancer Statistics 2010 Released by the Canadian Tumor Society with Special Concentrate on Care and Support for Dying Sufferers The type and quality of treatment and services to ensure a cancer individual dies with dignity in the environment of their choice depends upon where in fact the person lives in Canada, according to a special report about end-of-life care in Canadian Cancer Statistics 2010, today by the Canadian Cancer Culture released.