1. Frustrated patient’s viral video demonstrates N.S. ‘health crisis,’ doctors say  CityNews Calgary
  2. Nova Scotia minister defends the system after cancer patient's health-care crisis challenge  TheChronicleHerald.ca
  3. N.S. doctors say cancer patient's plea shows system 'in crisis'  CTV News
  4. N.S. cancer patient shocked and grateful for support following powerful video  CBC.ca
  5. Can’t ignore frustrated patient’s ‘heartbreaking’ video, doctors group says  Global News
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HALIFAX — Doctors Nova Scotia says a viral video made by a frustrated young mother who says she waited two years for her cancer diagnosis demonstrates the province’s troubling family doctor shortage. President-elect Dr. Gary Ernest says the idea that there are people who can’t get help for minor problems, let alone for more serious health issues, […]

Frustrated patient's viral video demonstrates N.S. 'health crisis,' doctors say

Inez Rudderham said she felt broken when her family home was sold on the same day she heard that the mental health support she was seeking to cope with cancer was months away. Then she hit record. Inez Rudderham said she felt broken when her family home was sold on the same day she heard that the mental health support she was seeking to cope with cancer was months away. Then she hit record.

Nova Scotia’s health minister defended the state of the province’s health system amid a huge reaction to a video posted by a woman with cancer. Over 2.6 million people have viewed Inez Rudderham’s Facebook post in which Nova Scotia’s health minister defended the state of the province’s health system amid a huge reaction to a video posted by a woman with cancer. Over 2.6 million people have viewed Inez Rudderham’s Facebook post in which

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A tear-filled plea from a woman who believes her cancer was missed for years because she didn’t have a family doctor is proof of a system “in crisis,” a Nova Scotia doctor says. The province says it’s working on it.A tear-filled plea from a woman who believes her cancer was missed for years because she didn’t have a family doctor is proof of a system “in crisis,” a Nova Scotia doctor says. The province says it’s working on it.

N.S. doctors say cancer patient's plea shows system 'in crisis' | CTV News

“The cancer patient in the viral video, Inez Rudderham, is continuing to speak out for Nova Scotians who say health care is in crisis. She doesn’t want another person at 31 to be told their cancer symptoms are all in their head. The story tonight on #cbcns at 6”

Elizabeth Chiu on Twitter: "The cancer patient in the viral video, Inez Rudderham, is continuing to speak out for Nova Scotians who say health care is in crisis. She doesn’t want another person at 31 to be told their cancer symptoms are all in their head. The story tonight on #cbcns at 6… https://t.co/aZYnPluUa2"

As of March 1, 51,119 people who have registered with the province are currently without a family doctorRead the full story and comment on HalifaxToday.

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The 33-year-old Rudderham described her case as the "face of the health-care crisis in Nova Scotia," and has asked to meet with Premier Stephen McNeil.The 33-year-old Rudderham described her case as the "face of the health-care crisis in Nova Scotia," and has asked to meet with Premier Stephen McNeil.

Can’t ignore frustrated patient’s ‘heartbreaking’ video, doctors group says | Globalnews.ca

Residents in South West Nova Scotia are becoming increasingly alarmed about doctor shortage in the region. Some physicians are nearing retirement. Others are leaving. ER closures in Digby and Shelburne due to the unavailability of doctors are aResidents in South West Nova Scotia are becoming increasingly alarmed about doctor shortage in the region. Some physicians are nearing retirement. Others are leaving. ER closures in Digby and Shelburne due to the unavailability of doctors are a

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