Paying for plasma – Canada’s double standard?

Sandra Duvlock was 58 when she was diagnosed with¬†dermatomyositis. The gradual inflammation of her muscles had gotten to the point where she was unable to walk, clean or feed herself. When this relatively rare disease was diagnosed, Duvlock was prescribed¬†intravenous¬†immunoglobulin (IVIG) treatment and long-term physical rehabilitation. IVIG is a blood product that uses plasma proteins … Continue reading Paying for plasma – Canada’s double standard?