Federation of National Specialty Societies of Canada

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The Federation of National Specialty Societies of Canada is an organization of national specialty societies in Canada created in 2004 and it is based in Ottawa, Canada.

It provides a forum for national specialty societies to discuss issues related to accessible medical specialty care in Canada. Morris Freedman, past president of the Canadian Neurological Society, is the current vice-president.[1]

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  1. ^ University of Toronto - News@UofT - Briefly Noted - Awards and Honours

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