TV STORY ABOUT CANADIANS GETTING LIBERATION TREATMENT

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TV STORY ABOUT CANADIANS GETTING LIBERATION TREATMENT

Postby RadioCanada » Wed Sep 01, 2010 1:15 pm

Hello,

I am preparing an investigative TV story about canadians going overseas to seek surgery for CCSVI. I am looking for any available info about it.

- Where do canadians go? I heard about Poland, India, Bulgaria, US sometimes (only for clinical trials?), Costa Rica, Italy. What other destinations?

- What is the cost range for the surgery? (10 000 CAN$ in Poland, 5600 US$ in India. How much elsewhere?)

- How many canadians have been treated? It's hard to get an answer. Do you know of anybody who has started a count of it?

If you think you can help me, you can
1/ reply to this topic
2/ contact me by e-mail: benoit.ferradini@radio-canada.ca
3/ contact me by phone: 1-604-662-6201

Please don't hesitate to forward this message to other persons.

Thank you

Benoît Ferradini
French CBC (Radio-Canada) TV reporter
Vancouver, BC, Canada
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