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   Wednesday, November 26, 2014

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Nov. 25 - An independent panel is asking Saskatchewan people affected by or interested in multiple sclerosis to weigh in on possible health service improvements and research that would benefit people living with MS. Active until December 31, a survey will help the independent panel make recommendations to government on options for MS care, education and research.

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Nov. 14 - A new 60-bed long-term care facility increases capacity and provides a more home-line environment for residents.

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Nov. 12 - New legislation will equip Saskatchewan to respond with greater flexibility to growing demand for transplants.

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Nov. 6 - Nineteen new doctors are practising in Saskatchewan, thanks to the most recent results of the Saskatchewan International Physician Practice Assessment (SIPPA) program.

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Nov. 3 - The second-quarter report on losses of public money within Saskatchewan health organizations has been tabled with the Standing Committee on Public Accounts.

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Oct. 30 - Health Minister Dustin Duncan introduced legislative amendments that will expand scope of practice for Saskatchewan pharmacists.

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