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      Friday, December 19, 2014
Saskatchewan! Healthy people. A healthy province.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an inflammatory disease of unknown origin that affects the central nervous system. It is the most common disease causing disability among young people. About 3,700 Saskatchewan people are living with MS.

Have your say about MS

The independent advisory panel making recommendations to the Ministry of Health about future options for investment in multiple sclerosis education, treatment and research wants to hear from people affected by, or with an interest in, MS. The online survey will be available until December 31.

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(It will take from 5-15 minutes to fill out.)

If you have difficulty responding to the survey online, someone is available to take your confidential responses verbally. Call for more information about the survey, or to provide your answers over the phone.

MS Society of Canada - Saskatchewan Division

MS Advisory Panel

The Saskatchewan government continues to support research that may provide answers and further the science for people who have MS.

A panel of MS patients and advocates, researchers, medical specialists and representatives from health organizations and the Office of Disability Issues has been established to review various research, education and care improvement options and make recommendations to government in early 2015. See the news release in Related Links, below.

Related Links

News release, November 25, 2014

General information about MS symptoms, risk, diagnosis, treatment and medications.

Information about services and support for people with MS.

News release, July 16, 2014.

News release, September 9, 2013.

News release, January 12, 2012.

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