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<b>The Doctor Game</b>: How can hospitals and doctors be so cruel

The Doctor Game: How can hospitals and doctors be so cruel

'So, being able to die the way you want to, is not easy. But why must it be so difficult?'
<b>The Doctor Game</b>: Mother's Rx for recurrent urinary tract infections

The Doctor Game: Mother's Rx for recurrent urinary tract infections

The burning issue of recurrent urinary tract infections is this week's topic of discussion by Dr. W. Gifford-Jones
<b>The Doctor Game</b>: Why I've never forgotten a Japanese girl

The Doctor Game: Why I've never forgotten a Japanese girl

Why is there only one standing MRI in all of Canada?
<b>The Doctor Game</b>: It's madness not to have a Living Will, legal or not

The Doctor Game: It's madness not to have a Living Will, legal or not

Never before has there been a greater need for an updated living will, whether you live in Canada or the U.S. One that pulls no punches on how we wish to end our lives
<b>The Doctor Game</b>: Did Hillary Clinton receive the best Rx?

The Doctor Game: Did Hillary Clinton receive the best Rx?

"Some physicians would stand by and see their patients die rather than use vitamin C. Vitamin C should be given to the patient while doctors ponder the diagnosis," says Dr. Frederick Klenner
<b>The Doctor Game</b>: If Clinton becomes president, will her hair turn gray?

The Doctor Game: If Clinton becomes president, will her hair turn gray?

This week, Dr. Gifford Jones addresses the frosty issue of gray hair
<b>The Doctor Game</b>: Are hens an endangered species?

The Doctor Game: Are hens an endangered species?

I trust farmers more than food manufacturers who load our food with sugar, salt and excessive calories. But it’s sugar, present in many food products, that is the major caloric hazard
<b>The doctor game:</b> Waiting to treat prostate cancer?

The doctor game: Waiting to treat prostate cancer?

This week Dr. Gifford Jones explores some controversy surrounding treatment of prostate cancer
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Why cancer patients will suffer to protect the lives of addicts

The Doctor Game: Why cancer patients will suffer to protect the lives of addicts

The Minister of Health of Ontario has announced that doctors will no longer be able to prescribe high dose opioids to either addicts or cancer patients. It’s an asinine ruling that must be challenged   
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> An update on the risks of heartburn drugs

The Doctor Game: An update on the risks of heartburn drugs

"There is always a price to pay for prescription drugs," says Dr. W. Gifford Jones