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Euchre. Dinner out. A trip to Walt Disney World.?
Now that she has received her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, such activities feel one small step closer for Mississauga senior Jackie Campbell – even as the province heads?into a shutdown?amid a third wave of infections.?
The 80-year-old Erin Mills resident recently joined more than 20,000 people who received their first dose at the mass public vaccination clinic hosted on the U of T Mississauga campus.?
“The pancreas,” says?Gary Lewis, an endocrinologist at Toronto General Hospital and director of the Banting & Best Diabetes Centre at the University of Toronto’s Temerty Faculty of Medicine, “is like an exquisitely sensitive and perfectly networked computer.”
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