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The Ontario government said Monday that it was improving access to specialized care for people living with rare diseases.
Health Minister Eric Hoskins announced the opening of a new clinic for people with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and the expansion of clinics for those with inherited metabolic disorders and red blood cell disorders in Toronto.
“People living with these rare and complicated diseases face challenges on a daily basis and our government is committed to providing the services and supports that they require,” said Hoskins. “These clinics are another example of how Ontario is putting patients first to provide them with better access to high quality of care closer to home.”
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