What a Toronto hospital is doing to speed up breast cancer detection – and to make sure no one is left behind

Dawn Barker was watching TV one day in 2017 when she felt the lump. “He actually seemed to have appeared out of nowhere,” she recalls. “I couldn’t understand what was going on in the world. Obviously, it was a scary moment. Barker, now 50, went to a walk-in clinic the very next day, and from …

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