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Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)

March 19th, 2003
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Saskatoon, March 19th “ The Lung Association is closely watching reports concerning Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in Canada and around the world. While Canadians...
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Lung Association Honours Recipients Of The Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal

December 18th, 2002
Lung Association Honours Recipients Of The Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal REGINA, December 18--At a luncheon ceremony today, Mr. Bob Ferguson, Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the Lung Association of...
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A Christmas Seals Progress Report

December 17th, 2002
A Christmas Seals Progress Report Regina, December 17 “ Christmas Seals have found their way into 180,000 households across Saskatchewan this holiday season.  Countless parcels, packages, and letters have been...
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BreathWorks - A Legacy of Hope Left to The Lung Association

December 10th, 2002
BreathWorks - A Legacy of Hope Left to The Lung Association Help is now œat the fingertips for people with COPD ( Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) SASKATOON, December 10--As Peter Gzowski struggled for...
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Moose Jaw - Town N Country Mall Health Walkers

December 9th, 2002
  Moose Jaw  - Town N Country Mall Health Walkers Regina, December 9 “ At a recent ceremony held at the Town N' Country Mall, a group of Moose Jaw's seniors known as the ˜ Mall Health Walkers' presented...
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CHRISTMAS SEALS - A TALE OF OUR PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE

November 4th, 2002
CHRISTMAS SEALS - A TALE OF OUR PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE Regina, November 4th“ Christmas Seals have graced parcels, packages, and letters around the world since 1904 when a benevolent postmaster named Einar...
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ASTHMA STUDY SHOWS REGULAR STEROID-INHALER USE CUTS HOSPITAL STAYS

October 3rd, 2002
ASTHMA STUDY SHOWS REGULAR STEROID-INHALER USE CUTS HOSPITAL STAYS Saskatoon, October 3, 2002:  The first study to evaluate the long-term effectiveness of inhaled corticosteroid use for people who suffer from asthma...
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Judge Rules in Favour of Health

September 25th, 2002
Judge Rules in Favour of Health Saskatoon, September 25th “ Judge R. Barclay dismissed the application by Rothmans, Benson & Hedges to have Saskatchewan's Tobacco Control Act declared inoperative. We are...
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A new structure for the Lung Association

August 16th, 2002
A new structure for the Lung Association Saskatoon, September 8, 2002: The Saskatchewan Lung Association has decided to make some major changes in order to create a structure that will be better positioned to fulfill...
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