Marie-Hélène Chomienne

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OBJECTIVE To compare the dietary intake and food choices between Francophone Canadians in a state of linguistic minority (outside of Quebec) and the English-speaking majority. METHODS We used the 2004 Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) cycle 2.2 (general health and 24-hour dietary recalls) to describe dietary intake of Francophone Canadians(More)
This paper relates our venture to solve a real-world problem about official language minorities in Canada. The goal was to enable a form of linkage between health data (hosted at ICES – a provincial agency) and language data from the 2006 census (hosted at Statistics Canada – a federal agency) despite a seemingly impossible set of legal constraints. The(More)
Research in population health consists in studying the impact of various factors (determinants) on health, with the longterm objective of yielding better policies, programs, and services. Researchers of Official Language Minority Communities (OLMCs) focus specifically on determinants related to speaking a minority language, such as English in Quebec, or(More)
  • G Carlsson, Aprikyan Aa, +80 authors Donadieu J Hematopoietic
  • 2009
syndrome: severe congenital neutropenia associated with defective expression of Bcl-2, constitutive mitochondrial release of cytochrome c, and excessive apoptosis of myeloid progenitor cells. Screening for G-CSF receptor mutations in patients with secondary myeloid or lymphoid transformation of severe congenital neutropenia. A report from the French(More)
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