Super-motivated Canadian lab coats pulling out all the stops to find “potential” abnormalities; preliminary report could be rushed through in few short years!

Team of top scientists working around the clock to find a cure

Ottawa journalist Becky Rynor has been doing a thorough job of tracking the CCSVI story from the beginning. She’s talked to MS sufferers and their families, discovered local context for the story, and published her work in the Globe and Mail.

Here she takes the time to balance the narrative by letting a representative from the Canadian MS research establishment explain, in his own words, how he sees his CCSVI-related research unfolding over series of steps that by any measure would surely represent three to five years of additional waiting time for any Canadian MS sufferer. But no mind; as he makes clear in the final paragraph, it’s all because the research has your best interests at heart!

In completely unrelated travel news, the rough guide to Bulgaria is available from Amazon.ca – used and new from $14.64.

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One response to “Super-motivated Canadian lab coats pulling out all the stops to find “potential” abnormalities; preliminary report could be rushed through in few short years!

  1. Dale Woolsey

    What a farce. “Few short years”. We need to be treated NOW. At age 65 & having had PPMS for 25 years I should not have to wait “Few short years” for treatment. The Scientists need to step aside & study patients after treatment. Those that have already been treated are enough proof that MS is caused by veinous problems for anyone with MS. GET OUT OF OUR WAY & STOP RUNNING INTERFERENCE.

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