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The past two decades have proved that there are many gaps within the health care system in North America. This paper identifies the discrimination that patients are victims of in order to bring awareness to this problem. Through the use of three academic journals and many news stories, the subject is deeply explored and explained. The patients’ points of views as well as the professional staff’s opinions are overseen to cover the issue in its entirety. The overall findings of this essay are that minority ethnicities and races are discriminated the most.

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For my final project, I plan on writing an academic paper with three academic sources. My final paper, like my SuperPost will focus on health care across Canada, this time it will be more focused on research and discrimination. The article that leads me to want to further my knowledge on this topic is the following. On March 29, Kevin Charles Redmond wrote an amazing piece in Salon, on the discrimination that homeless and poor people go through when it comes to getting medical care. I have been studying this subject more and more since the

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In the past few months I have been studying the public health system in Canada as well as in the United States. When the time comes to choose a person who has impacted the public health system the first answer that comes to mind is the government. This brought me to realize that if other people tried to make a change in people’s lives and motivate them to be healthier, the government would have less sick people to deal with. The only fact of having a healthier population will in itself enhance the quality of the health system in America.

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The person that I think has made a difference on children suffering from cancer in Canada is Charles Bruneau. He was born in 1975 and was diagnosed with leukemia in 1979 at four years old. Charles Bruneau has tried to fight cancer during his entire life. He was a courageous child that kept saying “When I grow up, I will be cured!”. This quote became a message of hope for all children suffering from cancer in Canada and especially in Quebec. Even though Charles had cancer, he remained a child that was always happy and positive about being cured one day.

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For my final project, I plan on writing an academic paper with three academic sources. My final paper, like my SuperPost will focus on health care across Canada, this time it will be more focused on research and discrimination. The article that leads me to want to further my knowledge on this topic is the following.

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My idea of a clothing product made with recycled materials. My goal is to offer quality products made in Quebec and adapted to my clients. Customers will be able to choose the color, style, fabric, for the product is the most with their image possible. So, my products are made

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                                                       Health is an issue that has been grabbing my attention for a while now; Health problems have always been a problem in society but as the years go by humans are letting obesity become a general health issue.  Obesity is being accepted as a problem that is similar to a disease.  I have found two articles that I were particularly interesting to me, the first article I will be writing

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In Canada’s modern society, there are many social issues that prevail. One of the most concerning one regards public health and the public health care system. Canada offers free health care to all of its residents; those who wish to access private care have to pay for services. Attention to the field has been brought up by a recent study that focuses on how socioeconomic factors influence treatment of patients in the public system, hence discrimination. Sheryl Ubelacker, in the February 25thVancouver Sun, reports the findings of the study held by Dr.

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