Amid residential school reckoning, ’60s Scoop survivors in B.C. want action
Every time Marylou Fonda goes to the doctor’s office, she’s confronted with a question she can’t answer: are there health risks in your family history?
“I don’t have a history of anything. My history starts with me,” the Fort St. James, B.C., resident told Global News.
“Sometimes it’s downright traumatizing when you’re in a doctor’s office…. You have to say ‘no’ because you don’t know.”
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