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Perry Kendall briefs Public Health Branch on Zimmerman report.; 1986.
Kendall inaccurately summarizes Zimmerman report, ignores lethally important issues raised by report Zimmerman was reviewing, sabotages disability and socio-economic support. Mapping prevalence against statistics quoted in "Death by Prescription," suggests that 150,000 Canadians have been unnecessarily killed in health care since the Ontario Ministry of Health ignored and then hid the findings of the Thomson report concerning preventable harm being caused to persons with sensitivities.