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Ottawa Hospital Doctors Close to Publishing the Results of a Possible Breakthrough MS Treatment

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April 2, 2013
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Ottawa doctors are have developed a new treatment for multiple sclerosis that they say has eliminated the disease in 70 per cent of their patients.


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Fast Track: Treatments for Alzheimer's, Post-Surgical Pain, and Oral Mucositis

Fast Track: Treatments for Alzheimer's, Post-Surgical Pain, and Oral Mucositis

Ivanhoe (Sep. 10, 2013) — Researchers are on the fast track to develop a treatment designed to reduce neuro-psychiatric symptoms, or NPS, in patients with moderate to severe Alzheimer's disease. Researchers are also getting the green light to develop a treatment that could prevent post-surgical chronic pain. Another potential breakthrough in the fast lane: a treatment for oral mucositis.
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Frozen Lumpectomy for Prostate

Frozen Lumpectomy for Prostate

Ivanhoe (June 30, 2014) — In most cases of prostate cancer, surgical removal of the gland is considered the gold standard of treatment, but the results of a new study suggest a new treatment might benefit some patients. Video provided by Ivanhoe
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3D-Printed Hip Puts Teenager Back on Her Feet

3D-Printed Hip Puts Teenager Back on Her Feet

Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Feb. 3, 2014) — A customised 3D-printed hip implant is expected to save a Swedish teenage girl from life in a wheelchair. The implant has been designed around a technology that doctors say,could revolutionise the treatment of debilitating bone disorders. For 16-year-old Fanny Fellesen, the results have been life-changing. Tara Cleary reports. Video provided by Reuters
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Fruit Flies for Cancer: Medicine’s Next Big Thing?

Fruit Flies for Cancer: Medicine’s Next Big Thing?

Ivanhoe (June 14, 2013) — Rhabdomyosarcoma, or rhabdo for short, is a childhood cancer that often turns deadly. It only affects a couple hundred kids in the U.S. each year, but a diagnosis can be devastating. Now, doctors are close to a treatment and they have fruit flies to thank for it.
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