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What’s up doc?

What’s up doc?

“I’m like Forrest Gump, okay?” Mark Docherty said before launching into yet another unbelievable story. In his 50 years, the Regina native has travelled around the world, opened a music venue, organized the Bloody Sunday march on his university practicum in Northern [Read More]

Doctors talk about controversial treatment for MS (Video)

Doctors talk about controversial treatment for MS (Video)

Both supporters and skeptics of an alternative treatment for the disease multiple sclerosis are gathering in the Bay Area. Research into the technique is drawing attention from around the world. Carol Schumacher says she is finally able to walk without a cane and she [Read More]

Unblocking veins in M.S.: New U.S. study supports Zamboni’s CCSVI theory

Unblocking veins in M.S.: New U.S. study supports Zamboni’s CCSVI theory

Eight months ago, on the advice of Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) president, Alain Beaudet, federal Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq announced funding for an early (phase 1/2) clinical study of venoplasty (the so-called “ liberation treatment ”) for chronic [Read More]

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Study Finds That Use of Health Care Increases Well Before an MS Diagnosis, Offering New Leads to Ear

Study Finds That Use of Health Care Increases Well Before an MS Diagnosis, Offering New Leads to Ear

See more here: Study Finds That Use of Health Care Increases Well Before an MS Diagnosis, Offering New Leads to Ear [Read More]

People with multiple sclerosis begin to show symptoms much earlier than previously thought

People with multiple sclerosis begin to show symptoms much earlier than previously thought

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Research shows potential way to limit damage to the brain caused by seizure disorder

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Preliminary study reveals promising results of new treatment for progressive MS

Preliminary study reveals promising results of new treatment for progressive MS

A small, preliminary study may show promise of a new type of treatment for progressive multiple sclerosis (MS). [Read More]

Study provides evidence that virtual reality could help prevent falls in elderly people

Study provides evidence that virtual reality could help prevent falls in elderly people

Every year, falls lead to hospitalization or death for hundreds of thousands of elderly Americans. Standard clinical [Read More]