I guess you are right as far as it concerns treatment.
What i was trying to say is that it would be ideal if only they could check it out you know? But they dont and this is a fact.
Maybe i would be like this if i was studying neurology for a million years and never read anything about veins and vascular conditions affecting the CNS.
However, being a doctor means keeping up with the latest developments and not just sitting around waiting and seeing. For some strange to me reason the words "medical developments" dont seem to make such of an impact in this particular case. Not to the majority at least. I dont care for conspiracy theories, i ll pass from now on.
It makes one wonder though: we, as patients are always on track and this is only natural. How come my neuro asked me "what's this?" when i mentioned CCSVI? Isn't it a part of his DAMN JOB to know? Even if its nonsense.
Since diagnosis may come through a non invasive process i dont see why they are not interested. Wait and see what exactly? If a stenosed vein may trigger MS? This may be proven in ten years or never.
They should help towards CCSVI diagnostics whatsoever. Just to make sure that their patients have all the help they need.
Effective has nothing to do with the interferons.
With ccsvi it is the first time that so many anecdotal patient evidence exist regarding an ms treatment, yet noone seems to really care.
I take it as strange. We are talking about balloning a vein here not about a brain surgery.
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