Events

Moncton Pre-Election Town Hall: Major Health Concerns for New Brunswickers

What do you want for the future of New Brunswick Health Care? Space is limited so please register now to reserve your spot at the NBCC campus in Moncton to share your calls to action of provincial political party candidates on health and mental health care issues that matter to you and fellow New Brunswickers.

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CORD Webinar Pharmacare Debate Series: Does National Pharmacare mean Same Coverage and Same Public Payer for Everyone?

Does National Pharmacare mean Same Coverage and Same Public Payer for Everyone? FORMAT: Panel Debate with Discussion Point: A National Pharmacare Program based on a single formulary and a single public payer will provide the most equitable and sustainable access to prescription drugs for all Canadians at the lowest overall cost. Counterpoint: There are many

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CORD Webinar Pharmacare Debate Series: How PMPRB Regulates New Drug Prices: Will Changes Help or Hurt Access?

How PMPRB Regulates New Drug Prices: Will Changes Help or Hurt Access? FORMAT: Panel Debate with Discussion Point: Proposed amendments to Patented Medicines Regulations to allow for key changes to determining the Maximum List Price of prescription medicines will result in lower Canadian prices with no loss in Canadian access new medicines. Counterpoint: Canadians’ ability

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CORD Webinar Pharmacare Debate Series: Drugs for Rare Diseases: National Pharmacare or Separate Program?

Drugs for Rare Diseases: National Pharmacare or Separate Program? FORMAT: Panel Debate with Discussion Point: Drugs for Rare Diseases or other “targeted” small patient populations should be assessed using the same processes and “cost-effectiveness” thresholds as drugs for more common conditions. Moreover, small and short clinical trials mean many of these drugs are approved with

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CORD Webinar Pharmacare Debate Series: Original and Similar Biologic Drugs: Low Cost, Individual Choice, or Both? 

Original and Similar Biologic Drugs: Low Cost, Individual Choice, or Both?  FORMAT: Panel Debate with Discussion Point: Because biosimilar medicines are “highly similar” to the original biologic in safety and effectiveness and introduced at lower prices, Canadian drug plans could save money by listing only the “lowest cost” biosimilar and switching patients to the lowest

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2018 Bladder Cancer Canada Awareness Walk

  Last September (2017), Bladder Cancer Canada hosted the 9th Annual Bladder Cancer Canada Awareness Walk. The walk took place in 19 communities across Canada, and was a great success! Together we raised just over $600,000. This is quite an accomplishment! We are sincerely grateful to all volunteers, walk participants and donors who help us

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