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2014-858

Today's newsletter comes to you from Glasgow -- and on its regularly scheduled day! I would like to thank my sister for her Wifi, my laptop for struggling its way back to reasonable health, and our readers for their kind understanding of the unexpected technical challenges that often come along during globetrotting adventures.

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Today's feature article comes from Judith Madill, Libbie Wallace, Karine Goneau-Lessard, Rob MacDonald, and Celine Dion. It provides the findings of a recently conducted assessment of the literature on social marketing programs for Aboriginal peoples.

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volume: 
2014
number: 
858
pubdate: 
20140919
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eid: 
868

New Report--Improving Medicines for Children in Canada, The Council of Canadian Academies

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The Council of Canadian Academies releases a new evidence-based report, Improving Medicines for Children in Canada, on September 18th, 2014. This report comes at the request of Health Canada, which asked the Council to assemble a multidisciplinary expert panel to provide an independent and authoritative assessment on the state of research and regulations leading to the approval of medicines — both pharmaceuticals and biologics, including vaccines — for children, in Canada and abroad.

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