A Good Doctor Knows The Power Of A Compassionate Diagnosis

Sharon Vinderine | Posted 02.03.2016 | Canada Living
Sharon Vinderine

The MRI showed that the number of lesions on his brain had doubled, and that the medication was not working. I immediately started to tear up and the genius doctor looked at me and then at my husband and said, "Graeme, I believe I have said something to upset your wife." This doctor was seriously intuitive.

Coping with a New Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis

Natalie Strouth | Posted 10.29.2013 | Canada Living
Natalie Strouth

This week, Kerry asks: My sister was recently diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and she is refusing to accept any help from her family, friends or health care professionals. When I try to talk to her about it, we always end up in an argument. Do you have any advice?

'No Evidence Whatsoever' For Controversial MS Treatment: Study

CP | Sheryl Ubelacker, The Canadian Press | Posted 10.15.2013 | Canada Living

TORONTO - A long-awaited Canadian study has found no evidence that blocked neck veins or impaired blood flow are connected with multiple sclerosis, th...

Senate Rejects MS Treatment Legislation

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 11.18.2013 | Canada Politics

OTTAWA - The Conservatives have used their Senate majority to kill legislation that would have authorized a national strategy to deal with a controver...

B.C. Researcher To Lead Revolutionary Medical Trial

CP | Sheryl Ubelacker, The Canadian Press | Posted 09.23.2013 | Canada British Columbia

TORONTO - A long-awaited national trial of a controversial experimental treatment for multiple sclerosis has been given the go-ahead and will soon beg...

Saskatchewan Man Heads To U.S. For Experimental Multiple Sclerosis Trial

CP | Jennifer Graham, The Canadian Press | Posted 10.16.2012 | Canada Living

SASKATOON - A Saskatoon man is going to the U.S. to see if he can take part in a clinical trial of the so-called liberation treatment for multiple scl...

No Benefit To Controversial MS Treatment, Says N.L. Study

CBC | Posted 08.07.2012 | Canada Living

An observational study of people in Newfoundland and Labrador who had a controversial treatment for multiple sclerosis found there was no measurable b...