what did they mean?

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what did they mean?

Postby frodo » Wed Feb 10, 2010 4:13 pm

Dr. Zivanidov said:

"What I can tell you today is that the preliminary results are exciting scientifically and will generate a great deal of discussion among our colleagues, the worldwide press, and individuals like you who are following very closely any developments about CCSVI,"

Maybe they were surprised too by the ambiguous results!!! For sure, there was discussion here!!
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Postby Cece » Wed Feb 10, 2010 6:46 pm

It IS exciting news, even at 56%. This is a large statistically significant difference between the controls and the MS group! I can see where they say that this is going to be researched upon researched over the next ten years...the congenital vascular malformations come first, then m.s. may or may not follow (if the high rate in the controls is accurate), and treatment possibilities are so obvious (opening the veins).
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