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Ottawa moving too slow on patient trials for MS treatment, patient believes

Ottawa moving too slow on patient trials for MS treatment, patient believes

Early phase patient trials for the experimental Liberation process are a waste of time, a multiple sclerosis patient says. “As far as I know, Phase 1 and Phase 2 doesn’t include the actual procedure,” said Yvonne Anderson of the Onslow area, who travelled [Read More]

‘Liberation’ clinical trial moving ahead

‘Liberation’ clinical trial moving ahead

The federal government has announced the next step in its plan to test the so-called “liberation” treatment for multiple sclerosis, while the provincial health minister said Saskatchewan is willing to participate in that project as well as forge ahead with its [Read More]

Ottawa seeks research proposals to study MS treatment

Ottawa seeks research proposals to study MS treatment

The federal government announced Friday it is ready to accept proposals from researchers who want to study an experimental treatment for people with multiple sclerosis. Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq announced the call for proposals to study the so-called liberation therapy [Read More]

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