P. Lee

M-J. Kergoat2
G. Heckman2
M. Montero-Odasso2
M. Borrie2
2M-J. Kergoat
2G. Heckman
2M. Montero-Odasso
2M. Borrie
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Sir-Wald and his colleagues (1990) disagree with Darby and Pike (1988) as to whether the increase in lung cancer risk observed in epidemiological studies in non-smokers in association with exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) is too large to be satisfactorily explained in terms of their relatively small exposure to tobacco smoke constituents. This(More)
  • S. Montgomery, J. Wangsgaard, J. Koenig, Jeremy, K. Pathak, A. Jude +180 others
  • 2013
Canadians suffer from some form of dementia; Alzheimer's disease (AD) is one such form. AD is a neurodegenerative disease characterized by significant neuronal death. Neuro-nal death has been associated with two pathophysiological features: 1) neurofibrillary tangles within the neurons, and 2) amyloid beta plaque formation between neurons. Excessive(More)
  • M. Auais, S. Morin, L. Finch, A. Sara, N. Mayo, A. Charise +227 others
  • 2012
Objectives: To identify current practices and care gaps for elderly patients admitted following a hip fracture, and to characterize patients' patterns of functional recovery over 1-year. Relevance Increased awareness of existing gaps and improving our understanding of patients' recovery can help optimize patients' outcomes. Methods: Forty community-dwelling(More)
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