Lindeman: Chronically ill and disabled Canadians need a say in health-care reforms

 If we hope to have a public health-care system that takes care of all of us, we need to listen more intently to the people who are most harmed by its inefficiencies: disabled and chronically ill people. Recently, I learned what it meant for a family member to be diagnosed with breast cancer. Overnight, her life turned into a dizzying schedule of doctors’ appointments, surgery­­, chemotherapy and medication. The hospital became a second home of sorts, its staff moving mountains in their effort to save her life. Read More 

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