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“Art is for everyone, so it was important to me that the minor take an inclusive approach that was relevant and applicable to students’ lives,” Jewitt said. “Anyone who takes this minor will feel comfortable making art, discussing art, or interpreting art. Students can bring in expertise from their majors to solve open ended, complex problems and gain transferable skills, like visual intelligence, critical analysis, iterative prototyping, web and graphic design.
A family friend, 15 year old Emily Arroyo, was reduced to tears last week after her Washington cross country team left her off the list for state finals even though she had one of the better times in qualifying. In sharing that story with Bayer over coffee, he worked his magic and there was Emily, wearing a Goldenlights Mistletoes bib on Saturday, running the 15K in 90 minutes. It was her first time running in Vancouver and she probably still smiling..
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When a London, Ont., cancer patient was told she would need surgery to remove an oral cancer, then have a piece of leg or arm tissue grafted into her mouth, it seemed too much to bear.By time the woman returned to hospital, “literally half her face had been eaten away by cancer,” says Dr. Leigh Sowerby, the ear nose and throat surgeon who was part of her treatment team.”The family had been told by the alternative health provider that it was a good sign, because it meant the treatment was drawing the cancer out of the body,” he recalls. “She ended up dying in hospital before we could do the surgery.”It’s just one example of what doctors say is a persistent and troubling phenomenon: cancer patients who lose valuable time and risk their lives by trying unproven alternative therapies.Steve Jobs caused a posthumous sensation when it emerged he had delayed surgery on a treatable form of pancreatic cancer to try acupuncture and other non medical remedies.But at a time when Canadian governments are validating natural health professionals and products like never before, the Apple chief executive officer is far from alone.Research from Alberta, never before publicly reported, suggests that at least one in every 100 breast cancer patients rejects standard care and doubles her likelihood of death as a result.There is no systematic, national tracking of the phenomenon, but apply those findings to everyone newly diagnosed with cancer, and they suggest almost 2,000 Canadians are exposing themselves to similar risk every year.Meanwhile, there seems to be little pressure on alternative practitioners to warn patients of the dangers of foregoing medical cancer care, or turn away those who need immediate intervention by a physician.A spokesman for the College of Naturopaths of Ontario, which regulates the profession, says its members’ “scope of practice” does not include handling potentially treatable cancers on their own.