Monkeypox: Stigma poses challenges in tracking Canadian cases

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Public health officers continue to watch out for more monkeypox infections in Canada, as case numbers climb.

As of Thursday, 26 cases of monkeypox have been confirmed by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC).

Toronto confirmed its first case on Thursday, while all others are in Quebec, which is investigating dozens more suspected infections.

But giving out more information about them is proving to be controversial. Jamie Mauracher has more on the stigma surrounding the virus, the groups it affects, and how that creates challenges for tracking it.

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