Newfoundland Will Help Fund Trials

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Newfoundland Will Help Fund Trials

Postby Blaze » Tue Aug 24, 2010 8:53 am

Newfoundland's Health Minister has announced Newfoundland will participate funding for national trials. Jerome Kennedy says "We are willing to provide our fair share pf the money for the trials to proceed."

It's a long ways from treatment, but it's a step in the right direction. Here is a link to info from CBC

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/newfoundland-l ... s-823.html

Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec, Nova Scotia and now Newfoundland are on board for clinical trials. It's a travesty the big provinces of Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia are still dragging their feet while little Newfoundland is "willing to provide (their) fair share of the money" for the trials.

The lack of commitment from Ontario and BC is especially outrageous because CCSVI leaders in Canada come from those provinces (Dr. McDonald and Dr. Haake in Ontario and Dr Godley in BC.)

Let's keep the pressure going! Thanks to Brad Wall, Premier of Saskatchewan for his leadership.
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