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MS Awareness Month Sparks Liberation Treatment Debate
With May being deemed Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month, the debate over whether or not to offer liberation treatment to Canadian MS patients has resurfaced. The treatment is meant to reduce the symptoms of the disease by widening the veins of MS patients to allow brain messages to be sent throughout the body. Prince George MS Patient Pamela Sims says she had the surgery done in Costa Rica and has noticed a huge difference.
"I can move my hand, I can see, I can move my head," says Sims, "and I can move my feet and toes, it's a remarkable the things I can do its so much better now."
Sims encourages any MS patients to get the vein widening surgery. The treatment has proven to decrease MS symptoms and is currently going through clinical tests in Canada.
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