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To Bulgaria in November with hope

To Bulgaria in November with hope

It’s a trip to Bulgaria with lots of hope for Lorna Parton. The Port Colborne resident has her bags packed as she awaits a Nov. 18 flight to Sofia, Bulgaria, where she hopes a surgery performed by Dr. Paolo Zamboni will help correct a progressive form of multiple [Read More]

Man heading to Poland for MS treatment

Man heading to Poland for MS treatment

Hope shines in Renate Mackay’s eyes as she bubbles over with enthusiasm about the controversial liberation therapy, which many multiple sclerosis patients say is giving them their life back. Renate is praying the reports are true – and that the treatment will be [Read More]

Call in Ontario Legislature for new MS therapy

Call in Ontario Legislature for new MS therapy

A call for the province to provide a new treatment for multiple sclerosis made its way to the Ontario Legislature on Wednesday. Liberal MPP Aileen Carroll presented a petition signed by 8,000 people which demands the province recognize liberation therapy for those suffering [Read More]

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MS Society Disappointed with Senate Healthcare Bill

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