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Policy Statement of the Families of SMA Canada Society

The Families of SMA Canada Society has been formed by people with a common interest in the improvement of the lives of persons with Spinal Muscular Atrophy. I t is for this reason that we welcome ideas from other parents and guest writers on educational advances, various therapies, etc. that individuals have investigated and / or found beneficial.  This exchange of ideas is welcome.  Parents and others then are given the opportunity to decide if they want to investigate these for themselves.

The Families of SMA Canada Society does not, as an organization, support or endorse any particular treatment or therapy.  Information contained in the FSMACS Web Site is for informational and educational purposes only.  All medical information presented should be discussed with a qualified physician.

FSMACS reserves the right to remove any objectionable postings to our message and blog areas, without notice to the poster.

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FSMACS may modify this Policy Statement, or any other information contained in the FSMACS Web Site, at any time without notice, and it is your responsibility to apprise yourself of the most current disclaimer/information.

Last Updated: June 2012