The MS Society of Canada will issue an invitation for research operating grant proposals on CCSVI related to multiple sclerosis from qualified investigators based in Canadian institutions. Proposals will be evaluated for their scientific merit and relevance to the field of MS.
The competition will open on December 9, 2009, and the deadline for applications will be January 22, 2010.
Ruthless67 wrote:Marie that was beautifully put! Thank You, I think all of us in this forum needed to hear that.
thornyrose76, please hang on to your hope and continue in the forum, there is so much help and encouragement here. Just get comfortable and settle into your chair and join the chats. Welcome.
Before Zamboni's discovery there was no hope for us: interferon, prednisolone, stem cells and many other drugs failed to deliver a real improvement in MS.
Now CCSVI theory has finally given us a real possibility of defeating this horrible condition and we should keep our hopes sky-high, in spite of the present opposition to it mounted by most neurologists.
Evidence is accumulating and the treatment of CCSVI will in time become widespread.
You are suffering and your impatience is understandable, but rest assured that your day will come.
I have definitely seen that there can be a tendency for professionals to "give up" on those of us with challenging MS, or to let us slip away into further disability. Or we can do it to ourselves. The truth is, we can still keep working on our health, we can still get out and live, and we can stay in our best condition so we'll be ready when a procedure or treatment is available!
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