Mostic was disappointed and desperate. His friends and loved ones raised another $8,000 US to send him back to Costa Rica after they had trouble getting a specialist to see him in Canada.
"They didn't want to touch him because he was done outside of Canada," Jelin said
Blaze wrote:Here is a link to a CTV story that Alberta has announced they will help treat complications for Albertans arising from CCSVI treatment outside of Canada.
http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/TopStories/20 ... ta-101116/
Quebec College of Physicians and Surgeons made a similar announcement last week. Hopefully, other provinces and territories will soon follow.
The British Columbia College of Physicians & Surgeons https://www.cpsbc.ca/node/213 will continue to treat patients who need help, said Susan Prins, the college's director of communications.
Prins stressed doctors are not ethically obligated to re-do an experimental CCSVI procedure, but would treat complications that result, such as a blood clot.
"The expectation would be that they would take care of that patient in need, absolutely," said Prins.
marcstck wrote:This is the eighth paragraph any CBC story. To say that the story is ignoring the fact that this poor soul couldn't get treated in Canada is incorrect.
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