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Saskatchewan seeks carers’ advice on MS

An independent panel advising the Saskatchewan government is asking patients, caregivers and healthcare workers for their input into research and care options that would benefit people with multiple sclerosis.

“I encourage people affected by MS to use this survey to identify issues that are important to them,” provincial health minister Dustin Duncan said. “I look forward to receiving the panel’s recommendations on opportunities for government to support research and improvements in services.”

The survey will be open until 31 December, and the panel will bring recommendations to the health ministry early in 2015.

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