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Countdown is on to October 3 Run for the Cure

September 9, 2010
As BC leaders in the fight to end breast cancer, the Health Sciences Association of BC is an active participant in the annual Run for the Cure, the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation's most important fundraising event of the year. As health sciences professionals, HSA members are the key health professionals breast cancer patients count on for the diagnosis and treatment of, and rehabilitation from breast cancer.

Plans to reduce hospital lab service panned

September 7, 2010
Comox Valley Echo

Plans to reduce hospital lab services panned

September 1, 2010
Courier-Islander

Closures a backward step

August 26, 2010
Parksville, Qualicum Beach & Area Oceanside Star

HSA members invited to upcoming events

August 26, 2010
September 6: Labour Day Picnic: A celebration of solidarityJoin HSA, the BC Federation of Labour and friends for a fun and relaxing family day at the annual Labour Day Picnic Monday, September 6, 11 am to 2 pmCentral Park in Burnaby (Kingsway between Boundary and Patterson) -- a 5-minute stroll from adjacent Patterson Skytrain Station

Closing of microbiology labs is a very bad idea

August 23, 2010
Nanaimo Daily News

Tell your Municipal Council to stop expansion of for-profit clinics

August 19, 2010
BC Health Coalition ACTION ALERT: Next month municipal governments from around the province will gather to address common issues and advance shared concerns at the Union of BC Municipalities AGM.

HSA calls on VGH not to risk lives of vulnerable women

August 18, 2010
For immediate release Despite strong community opposition and media attention, the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority continues to dismantle the outpatient Domestic Violence Program at Vancouver General Hospital. The 18-year-old program is slated to close at the end of this week. HSA President Reid Johnson said the sudden closure of this program puts vulnerable women at risk.

Dont waste time on ideological experiment: HSA to Health Authority

August 18, 2010
For immediate release Reid Johnson, president of Health Sciences Association, today urged the Vancouver Island Health Authority not to waste time conducting experiments in ideology when they could be taking action to reduce MRI wait times immediately.