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Hospice Palliative Care Ontario
The unified voice of collaborative, quality hospice palliative care in Ontario
The unified voice of collaborative, quality hospice palliative care in Ontario
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Not one surgery has been cancelled or delayed in Ontario because of the nationwide drug shortage and the province is closely monitoring cancer services, Health Minister Deb Matthews said Monday.

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Enjoy the sunshine~ #Toronto temperatures keep climbing!

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Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care scrambles to create drug safety net by rolling out an inventory assessment process to get a clear and comprehensive picture of how the nationwide drug shortage is affecting patients treated outside the province’s hospital system.

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Is the Sandoz drug shortage affecting you? Palliative care providers fear drug shortage. Sandoz Canada provides 90 per cent of painkillers for palliative care. There is concern among palliative care providers about a shortage of medication for those people who choose to die in the comfort of their own home.

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News from Hospice Palliative Care Ontario - February 29, 2012 http://conta.cc/A4GlBh

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Effective Feb 29, 2012, #OxyContin will be removed from the #ODB Formulary. OxyNEO will be funded through the Exceptional Access Program (EAP) and through the Facilitated Access to Palliative Care Drugs.

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Communiqués: Government Provides New Tax Relief to Caregivers (2012-02-23)
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