CHEO opens first of its kind clinic for patients from Nunavut

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It has been a tough year for Pangnirtung guide Joavee Alivaktuk and his family. In January, he was medivaced to Ottawa for treatment after being hit by a car. A month after returning home, he was back in Ottawa, this time with his 11-year-old grandson, Isaac, who suffers from a rare genetic disorder. Isaac Alivaktuk […]

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