Hamilton Spectator: WSIB claim denied over rare diagnosis

“More than 20 years ago, doctors were stumped to explain a bizarre neurological disorder that aggressively attacked Allan MacLean and stole his life away. So they gave it their best guess — deciding the rubber worker had an extremely rare condition known as Moyamoya Disease, a disorder never before seen in Canada and normally only afflicting children. Because of that best-guess diagnosis, a compensation claim by MacLean’s widow was denied by Ontario’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) this week.”

Article: WSIB claim denied over rare diagnosis
Author: Greg Mercer
Date:  May 3, 2019