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BACKGROUND Early implementation of programmatic colorectal cancer (crc) screening for average-risk individuals 50-74 years of age in Canada has used fecal occult blood tests [fts (guaiac or immunochemical)] and colonoscopy for follow-up of abnormal fts. This paper presents results of an evaluation of this crc screening. METHODS Five Canadian provincial… (More)
In a case of hairy cell leukemia, Gordona aurantiaca (Rhodococcus aurantiacus) was isolated from cerebrospinal fluid as the pathogen responsible for lethal infection of the central nervous system. The pathogen had been isolated previously from one case of pulmonary infection process only.
BACKGROUND Despite the positive conclusions of several randomized controlled trials and the publication of national recommendations on colorectal cancer (crc) screening, uptake remained low. The inauguration of the National Colorectal Cancer Screening Network in 2007, the same year that the first screening program was announced in Canada, provided an… (More)