Monthly Archives: October 2007

Prolonging life: Attitude and cancer

In tomorrow morning’s column (October 30), I wrote about a study that made the front page of the Montreal Gazette last week. It reported on a study by James Coyne that showed that cancer survival was not affected by attitude. I had the topic in the back of my mind for a while since this [...]

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Reasonable accommodation

With yesterday’s news came the report on a recent poll about Quebecer’s attitudes about the accommodation of religious groups. I thought the timing was quite good since I had written a column on the related issue of immigration that was to appear in Metro the same day (a lucky coincidence). Unfortunately, I got bumped (it [...]

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