Up to 50 per cent of patients with Parkinson’s disease have reported feeling pain and discomfort on a daily basis.
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World-renowned doctors and researchers gathered to discuss the importance of rethinking current research on Parkinson’s disease.
For the first time in Canada, scientists from the Arthritis Program completed a safety study on the use of stem cells to treat osteoarthritis.
One of the main drawbacks of epilepsy is the stigma that comes with having the disorder. (by Diane Peters)
Kidney transplant is one treatment option for people facing kidney failure because it can increase a person’s chances of living a longer, healthier life.
The partnership will enable the development of a device that can better inform whether a lung is suitable for transplantation.