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REALLY Ian? Curious that CEO Ian Read's definition of "freeloading" pertains to Canada's medical services plans not covering the cost of ALL Pfizer products (but VIAGRA is covered Ian).

The list of what's covered/what's not does not relate to specific manufacturer' s interests or where the drugs are manufactured - it focuses on people first and what is most needed, from what's available worldwide.

The list evolves over time as products and treatments evolve. For example here's a 2017 account about a "life changing" drug for Parkinsons previously not covered but will be going forward, after verification that the drug will likely deliver as promised. NOTE: THIS DRUG IS ESTIMATED TO COST $60,000 /person/year.

Mr. Read, we will never achieve perfection in Canada, but your inflamatory words are so FAKE for a society that tries very hard to provide quality health care to most of its people most of the time.

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Hey everyone, active G+ citizen +Richard Pattee has just declared he's running (Saanich South riding) in the 2017 British Columbia elections to be held May 9!

Saanich South voters please get to know Richard. No excuses, you can reach him here. I'd be surprised if you' don't find him heads and shoulders above your other candidates.

My regret is that Richard is not running in my riding!
Media Release

Monday, March 27, Victoria, BC.
For immediate release.

Dr. Robin M. Richardson, Ph.D., Leader of The Vancouver Island Party (VIP), is pleased to announce that Richard Pattee is the VIP Official Candidate in the provincial riding of Saanich South for the May 9 provincial election.

Richard Pattee is well-know in Saanich, having served in many volunteer organizations. Currently, he is Manager and Director of the Saanich Search and Rescue.

Dr. Richardson is pleased to have Richard on the rapidly growing VIP Team. The Vancouver Island Party is “fiscally responsible, socially progressive, environmentally green and culturally respectful”, stated Dr. Richardson. “Our immediate goal is to become a stronger region in British Columbia. Longer term, we aim to become the eleventh province of Canada.”

“We are getting strong positive response in all 14 provincial ridings on Vancouver Island and will be announcing more VIP candidates in coming days and weeks,” concluded Dr. Richardson.

Contact: Dr. Robin M. Richardson, Ph.D.
Toll-free: 1-844-933-4VIP

Richard Pattee
(250) – 588-3503


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Is someone trying to make the topic of 'climate change' go away by purging crucial scientific data needed & gathered by Arctic scientists???

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These are insights from 66 of the first 100 days. Do you have a hunch the tracking will continue beyond Day 100?

Tx +Alex Grossman

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The US Constitution is what originally set us apart from all other nations and is possibly the most imitated aspect of our government.

It is the very backbone of our democracy - or what's left of it - and should be the one thing we seek, above all else, to protect.

The Constitution is the source of our strength as governed people. Those who endeavor to weaken it are, by definition, attempting to weaken us.

Protect the US Constitution at all costs.

#RESIST #fascisminamerica

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Simply had to share this!
<Zachary, finished watching the one about appropriate play in the dog park yet?>

Tx +Cara Evangelista!

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Despite being a society which provides universal health care for its people, the province of British Columbia, Canada, is ranked among the top five places in the world to be treated for cancer. This is thanks in part to the cutting-edge cancer research happening at the BC Cancer Agency, funded by the BC Cancer Foundation. Precision Medicine is one of the areas of focus.

"Precision medicine is making a difference in the lives of British Columbians, with many patients seeing improved results when treated according to their genomic status. Personalized Onco-Genomics, or POG — is changing the way cancer is diagnosed and treated, proving that genomics can change the way we treat cancer. It’s one of the most exciting cancer research initiatives ever undertaken in BC, and is setting a global precedent, in terms of the diversity of cancers investigated and the number of patients participating. POG has taught us that we aren’t limited to traditional anti-cancer drugs and is fundamentally shifting how cancer medicine is practiced."

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Let's see. What was yesterday's ultimatum again?

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Perfect for a Friday!
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