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Walter Wright Symposium to Explore the Evolution of Glaucoma

Glaucoma is one of the major causes of blindness in Canada, with over 250,000 Canadians suffering from chronic open-angle glaucoma—the most common form of the disease. Without early detection and treatment, glaucoma may result in severe vision loss or total blindness. Furthermore, as symptoms develop slowly over time, many Canadians with glaucoma may not be […]

Award-Winning CPD Program Returning in the New Year

CPD is pleased to announce that its own certificate program, Leading and Influencing Change in CPD, will be returning in February 2018. The program, which received the Royal College Accredited CPD Provider Innovation Award in 2014, has enjoyed success well beyond ceremonial accolades, as participants routinely praise its faculty and format each year. The specific […]

Urology Update Prepping for Challenges Ahead

Between 1988 and 2017, the number of new cancer cases in Canada has risen gradually – and although survival rates have increased, the Canadian Cancer Society predicts that within the next 15 years, cancer rates in Canada will continue to rise by approximately 40%. As of 2017, prostate cancer is the 3rd leading cause of […]

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