Thursday, December 16, 2010

Province funds study to examine safety of new treatment for MS patients
The province will provide up to $1 million for an observational study that will examine the safety and effects of a new treatment for people with multiple sclerosis (MS).
"This observational study is about obtaining more research to help fill the evidence void that currently exists," said Health Minister Gene Zwozdesky.
The study will essentially be a web-based questionnaire for Albertans who have received treatment for CCSVI in another country, those who are scheduled to receive it and other Albertans with MS. It will be conducted by more

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