Is fibromyalgia considered a disability in Ontario?
Yes, fibromyalgia is considered a disability in Ontario. Fibromyalgia in one of the several ‘invisible disabilities’ that require fulfillment of a certain specific medical criteria to be considered a valid diagnosis.
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