When it comes to matters of health, everyone has an opinion.
Canadians across the country have strong views on where time and money should be spent - from private clinics, specialized institutions, non-profit organizations to public hospitals. Many have clear visions on how the system can be repaired, while others are lost in the rhetoric.
What does the future hold for Canadian health care? Do we need an overhaul of the system or minor tweaks? T
he Globe's André Picard, Ottawa professor Doug Angus and Canadian Medical Association President Jeffrey Turnbull took your questions Friday.
Readers on BlackBerrys and iPhones can replay the live chat in a mobile-friendly version found
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