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Kondro, Wayne
July 2007
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;7/31/2007, Vol. 177 Issue 3, p246
Academic Journal
The article reports on developments concerning health and medicine in Canada. Nova Scotia will provide three doses of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine over a 6-month period for all girls in grade 7 starting school year 2007-2008. Amendments to Alberta's Health Professions Act will require all health practitioners and their regulatory bodies to report the existence of a nuisance or a threat that is or may be injurious or dangerous to the public health


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