BEST HEALTH OUTCOMES SHOULD DETERMINE TREATMENT DECISIONS
Liam McMaster understands the long and arduous journey toward reclaiming a reasonable quality of life when battling Crohn’s disease. For him, like many others with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, the path toward alleviating debilitating symptoms led him and his doctor to biologic treatment.
Are you among the shoppers who carefully read the labels of items you plan to buy? It seems that more and more Canadians are making informed purchasing decisions a priority, and Paul Taylor, president and CEO of Mortgage Professionals Canada, welcomes this attention to detail. He believes the same – if not greater – scrutiny is warranted when people are obtaining or renewing a mortgage.
While university and college courses provide science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) students with the knowledge and skills they need to secure jobs when they graduate, it’s mentorship that often enriches their learning experience and sets them on a path to success.
For the past 18 years, I’ve been a volunteer member of the Trans Canada Trail Board. I believe in and love this project because it connects Canadians across this huge land and allows us to stay active, to breathe fresh air and to explore this magnificent country.
In the early NINETIES, people receiving a diagnosis of wet macular degeneration would have learned two things: their vision would get worse and there was no treatment available. The only option was a referral to a low-vision specialist to discuss how to function with dwindling sight.