MONTREAL, Aug. 23 /CNW Telbec/ - Yes! Apparently only if you live in the
right province. Check out the September issue of Reader's Digest
magazine (on newsstands now) where seasoned medical writer Claudia
Cornwall explores the concept of a "postal-code lottery" whereby what
cancer drug you have access to greatly depends on where you live in
In her article Map of Shame (Pg 58), Cornwall
uncovers a lack of standardization across the country and introduces
readers to the victims of the country's patchwork cancer-care system.
Learn more about how your province ranks and where Canada falls on the
list of developed countries as it relates to their public spending on
pharmaceuticals, all in this month's issue of Reader's Digest
magazine or at www.readersdigest.ca/cancercare.
ABOUT READER'S DIGEST:
Reader's Digest is a leading Canadian multi-brand media
and marketing company that educates, entertains and inspires, connecting
audiences throughout Canada. It publishes five magazines, including Reader's
Digest and Sélection, Canada's most read magazines with
7.3 million readers a month. In 2008, it launched Best Health, a
healthy lifestyle magazine for Canadian women and More of Our Canada,
a companion magazine to the very popular Our Canada magazine.
Along with being a premier publisher of books, music and video products,
it operates a network of branded websites in Canada, including
readersdigest.ca, selection.ca, ourcanada.ca, besthealthmag.ca,
plaisirssante.ca, allrecipes.ca, allrecipes.qc.ca and tasteofhome.com.
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