Lisa Del Giudice

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It is estimated that, in 2005, over 56,000 people in Ontario were diagnosed with, and over 25,000 died from cancer. From screening or the onset of symptoms to post-treatment and palliative care, general practitioners and family physicians (GP/FPs) have long played a vital role in the care of cancer patients—a role which often receives less attention than(More)
BACKGROUND It is unclear if all persons in Ontario have equal access to colonoscopy. This research was designed to describe long-term trends in the use of colonoscopy by primary care physicians (PCPs) in Ontario, and to determine whether PCP characteristics influence the use of colonoscopy. METHODS We conducted a population-based retrospective study of(More)
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