Should be viewable free online.
To me the Canada flag thing has become a tongue-in-cheek posting icon. The system auto-selects it depending on the keywords entered by the submitter. Given the Canadian article and research team I thought the tag was appropriate, but I have to chuckle when the flag appears (though I suppose it does help us canucks with USA inferiority complex feel a bit better - how many flags can we get up here guys!).
Bottom line: this sounded like something people need to know about. The way the article reads it seems as though interfering with the protein synthesis mechanism (as long as the patient is not at 10,000 feet) would result in some very good news for a lot of people. Like another commenter, I was hoping that someone in the audience who works in a related field could tell us if this would be effective for all or just some cancers. In any case, it sounds like a big step forward and I look forward to hearing more about it.
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FWIW CBC did a nice documentary on this that covers the process of measuring the shifts, the airport phenominon, what might happen in when greater shifts occur, etc.
Not sure it will be playable globally, but it's worth a shot: