Kirby: "Outrageous" delay in health protection funding

January 2004
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;1/6/2004, Vol. 170 Issue 1, p28
Academic Journal
Reports on the criticism issued by Canadian Senator Michael Kirby against the federal government for delaying health protection funding, as of January 2004. Effort of Kirby's committee to assess the state of public health in the country and to evaluate a report by the national advisory group on SARS; Recommendations issued by Kirby; Reaction from the Canadian Health Ministry.


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