Parkhurst Exchange Magazine Montreal

Parkhurst Exchange Magazine of Montreal features Circus Perform Reconsiders his Options in its 10th Issue, volume 12 in 2004.

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The Parkhurst Exchange Magazine featured Tompalski’s Circus Perform Reconsiders his Options in their 10th Issue of volume 12 in 2004. Parkhurst Publishing is based in Montreal, Quebec in Canada. It provides clinical, medical news and travel publications to physicians and their patients and maintains a variety of related websites.

Since 1983, Parkhurst has continued to develop strong relationships with Canada’s top physicians in many disciplines. Its successful and prestigious publications include two of Canada’s leading physician monthly journals: Doctor’s Review and Parkhurst Exchange.

Parkhurst is committed to one simple standard: editorial excellence. This translates into credible, highly respected medical education materials for physicians and patients alike. Parkhurst also publishes magazines designed to inform and update patients. These are prepared in a variety of therapeutic areas including: prostate cancer, breast cancer, osteoporosis, HIV/AIDS, incontinence and others.

Parkhurst websites include www.drmedicalmeetings.com, a searchable listing of over 2000 current conferences; www.parkhurstexchange.com/qa/, over 4800 searchable doctor written answers to medical questions, www.medflicks.com which features doctor-to-doctor videos and www.healthinnovationforum.org a joint venture with the McGill University Heatlh Centre (MUHC) devoted to finding practical new solutions in health care policy and practice.

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