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CCSVI News: Opposition calls decision to withhold funding for MS clinical trials 'devastating' by stuart Patient Expert Posted Fri 03 Sep 2010 12:00am BY MARK IYPE, POSTMEDIA NEWS Opposition critics say the decision by the federal government not to fund Canada-wide clinical trials of a controversial  multiple sclerosis  treatment is a huge setback for the thousands of patients suffering from the debilitating neurological disorder. "I think it's devastating for MS p ... Read on »
The activity calls for players to make decisions by d3center Posted Thu 21 Mar 2013 6:51am Like actual individuals, Sim cards which also refers to the exclusive personality in the encounter as well as the encounter itself have a certain quantity of GW2 Gold, which indicates they can select to ignore a player's commands and do something else that they think is more essential, just like actual individuals. For example, you may want to make ... Read on »
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions! by HealthyExposures Posted Wed 02 Feb 2011 6:47pm I had a lot of decisions to make today. Now before you go getting all concerned, relax! Relax. Fortunately for me, the hardest decision I have on days like today is what I’m going to have for dinner. Before you laugh, that’s a pretty big decision. I mean, it can make or break your day! …or maybe I’m just a little dramatic. In case you h ... Read on »
Decisions, decisions, decisions by Melissa .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Feb 2011 12:45pm Feb 23rd is Thomas' transition meeting. When we will meet with the "team" (school speech therapist, TOD, director, itinerant teacher and of course, us) to discus the testing that Thomas will go through and more importantly...we have until than to make the decision whether to send him to Kind. or pre-k next year. I am on the fence with this one. ... Read on »
You Choose [translation = decisions, decisions, the whole time decisions] by Maddy M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 9:41pm One of the many oddities of sharing your life with a couple of autistic children is that they force you re-evaluate. One of my boys has always experienced an inability to make a decision or a choice. It doesn’t matter what he’s supposed to be choosing between, that is of no importance, it’s just the choosing bit. A good example would be t ... Read on »
Decisions, decisions, decisions! by emlit81 Posted Mon 19 Jan 2009 12:00am Yikes, have I really not posted anything since the 10th? Apparently, I haven’t. I guess the days just got away from me. I can’t even claim being busy as an excuse because I haven’t been particularly busy. I have, however, been lifting weights consistently! And working my abs consistently, too! Of course, as soon as a couple pieces of ... Read on »
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions by AimeeTheSuperMom Posted Fri 15 Apr 2011 12:55pm Liam and Rachel visited with Dr. C. on Wednesday. Overall, it was a really good visit, and I have no complaints. In fact, I'm really pleased with the plans we've made...I think. Rachel: From the looks of things, she has unusually thin ear drums. This would normally be rather surprising to me, but I've learned to stop be surprised by anythin ... Read on »
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions by feeedingbrainandbody Posted Sun 04 Sep 2011 7:45am I’ve been real busy during my break so far. Only four more days before classes start! So much preparation is left to be done. I have managed to set up an extra dual monitor, and upgraded my hard drive size. That’s one thing checked off the to-do list. Are you wondering whats on my screen? That’s the other thing I’ve been busy doing. I’ve been ... Read on »
decisions, decisions by Joan H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Oct 2008 12:00am So, I'm broken again in yet another new and interesting way, and have a number of issues to figure out and decisions to make. To whit: 1. Figuring out if this is real or just an artifact of my thyroid meds being off. "This" is two things, which may or may not be related. First and familiar, the gastroparesis persists, an ... Read on »
Decisions Decisions by Greg Katz Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:01pm When diagnosed with a chronic or life-threatening illness not only do you have the shock of the diagnosis, but now you’re required to make all these decisions about your care.  Our age of technology sends most of us running to the internet for information and options and in many cases it helps and in others it increases the confusion.  Do you ... Read on »