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    October 14, 2022

    Queen's In The News Friday, October 14, 2022

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Evans, Gerald
    • School of Medicine
    • Biomedical and Molecular Sciences
    • Medicine
    • Division of Infectious Diseases
    • Pathology and Molecular Medicine
    CKWS/Global Kingston: Global Kingston
    Dr. Evans talks about the eighth wave of COVID-19.
    Hanna, Timothy
    • Health Sciences
    • Cancer Research Institute
    • School of Medicine
    • Oncology
    Globe and Mail: 400,000 fewer mammograms performed during pandemic, Ontario Medical Association says
    Dr. Hanna says screenings for all types of cancers dropped by 42 per cent during the first year of the pandemic in Ontario.
    Nancy Henderson
    • Health Sciences
    • School of Nursing
    CKWS/Global Kingston: Global Kingston
    Henderson, an MNSc student, talks about safer supply programs.
    Metcalf, Cherie
    • Law
    CBC Online: People in communities threatened by natural disasters might have to consider moving, minister says
    Dr. Metcalf talks about how expropriating a community might turn out to be more of a political challenge for governments than a legal one.
    Lynne-Marie Postovit
    • Health Sciences
    • School of Medicine
    • Biomedical and Molecular Sciences
    CBC TV - Ottawa: CBC Ottawa News October 13, 2022
    Dr. Postovit talks about backlogs of mammograms and advancements in breast cancer treatment (cue 47:50).
    Struzik, Ed
    • School of Policy Studies
    The Conversation: Despite its long history of wildfires, Canada still doesn’t know how to live with them
    Prof. Struzik writes an op-ed about the history of wildfires and how they should be managed.
    Robert Way
    • Arts and Science
    • Geography and Planning
    Global News: Full Show: Deaths rise among the unhoused
    Dr. Way talks about weather radar coverage, the gaps in this coverage, and Hurricane Fiona.
    Wolfe, Robert
    • School of Policy Studies
    Globe and Mail: Chrystia Freeland has laid out a bold vision for a new global economic path, but it won’t be easy
    Dr. Wolfe comments on Chrystia Freeland’s bold vision for a global economic future, and says it will be difficult to isolate China economically, since they are the world’s biggest exporter.

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