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Cancer drug funding: A Vast Injustice

The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

Date: 10-01-2009

The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care lifted the funding cap on Avastin, a drug for colon cancer, after the Ombudsman found that capping funding regardless of the patient’s condition was unreasonable and wrong.

Investigation launched June 4, 2009. Report released November 29 2009.

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