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At what age should screening for cervical cancer start?

What is the most appropriate age to start screening women for cervical cancer? ​Krueger H, Kwon J, Sadownik LA, Ogilivie G, Martin RE. British Columbia Medical Journal. Vol. 55, No.

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What is the economic burden of spinal cord injury in Canada?

The economic burden of traumatic spinal cord injury in Canada. ​Krueger H, Noonan VK, Trenaman LM, Joshi P, Rivers CS. Chronic Diseases and Injuries in Canada. Vol 3, No 3, June 2013. 113:122. Access

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What do we know about community based prevention?

Community Based Prevention: Reducing the Risk of Cancer and Chronic Disease. ​McLean D, Williams D, Lamont S, Krueger H. University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division ©

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How can we support children growing up in BC?

Child and youth health and well-being indicators project: CIHI and BC Provincial Health Officer joint summary report ​H. Krueger & Associates Inc. was one of the key contributors

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Dr Hans Krueger talks about spinal cord injury research.

In this video, Dr Hans Krueger discusses the importance of tying economics and epidemiology together in the field of spinal cord injury research. This video was produced by the Rick Hansen Institute in

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Would improvements to stroke care save Canada money?

Cost avoidance associated with optimal stroke care in Canada. ​Krueger H, Lindsay P, Cote R, Kapral M, Kaczorowski J, Hill M. Stroke. 2012, 43: 2198-2206 Access the Journal Article. What

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