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CAMH in the Media - September 2007

Coverage of CAMH mentions compiled by Public Affairs

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) regularly provides expert information on addictions and mental health treatment, research, education and advocacy to the public through the media. Here are some recent samples of CAMH coverage. Click on the headline below to read the full story (external link):

Mental illness needs a trailblazer
Toronto Star - September 28, 2007

Alcohol and Cancer: Is drinking the new smoking?
September 26, 2007
Several mentions, including: National Post , Calgary Herald , Regina Leader-Post , Science Daily , Click2Houston.com , Digitaljournal.com , Oncolink.com, CTV.ca, Vancouver Sun, Medical News Today,MediLexicon.

Working students more likely to start smoking
Canadian Press - September 26, 2007
Other mentions to the story "Working students more likely to start smoking" include CBC.ca , Prince George Citizen and CTV.ca , among others.

Mind over matter
Canadian Architect - September 2007

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