Blood plasma is the first body part in Canada that has been allowed for sale. The recent introduction of pay-for-plasma clinics poses a serious safety risk to the security of our blood supply and negatively impact the voluntary collection efforts.
1 in 10 Canadians are unable to afford prescribed medications
Canada is the only country in the world with a universal public health care system that doesn’t include access to prescription medication. We need a national drug plan that is public, universal and safe, providing everyone with the medications they need.
Patients before profits
Right now, a legal case threatens public health care in Canada. If successful, it will bring US style health care here. Find out more & stand up for care based on need, not greed.
Examine common myths about a National Drug Plan
Why does private health care lengthen public wait times?
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Since 1979, the Canadian Health Coalition advocates for the preservation and improvement of universal public health care across Canada.
We're a coalition of national organizations representing nurses, health care workers, seniors, churches, social justice organizations, women, and trade unions, as well as affiliated coalitions in 9 provinces and 1 territory.