McMaster receives funding to help patients with chronic illness March 31, 2016 (with video clip)

If you suffer from a chronic illness, there’s new hope coming from McMaster University. The Federal government is spending over $60 million for research that is not only focused on patients but asks for their input to help develop new treatments.

Federal Health Minister and family doctor Jane Philpott announced $62 million in funding for 5 new research networks, two of which will be at McMaster in Hamilton, the others are located at McGill in Montreal, the University of Toronto and University of British Columbia. Each one will have a different focus. At UBC it will be chronic kidney disease. McGill will do research for children with a brain disability. U of T will focus on diabetes, while McMaster will research gastro intestinal disease and chronic pain.

View the video and read more here:
http://www.chch.com/mcmaster-receives-25-million-funding-help-patients-chronic-illness/

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Author: wrcpi

Waterloo Region Chronic Pain Initiative