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Postby JOJOB » Sat Feb 27, 2010 1:16 am

Cece wrote:JOJOB, welcome to the forum & congrats, well done in arranging the imaging for yourself! Here's hoping it turns up a treatable stenosis!


Thank you very much. I am in a hurry to be on the 15th.. :D
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Postby JOJOB » Sat Feb 27, 2010 1:29 am

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Cece wrote:JOJOB, welcome to the forum & congrats, well done in arranging the imaging for yourself! Here's hoping it turns up a treatable stenosis!


Thank you very much. I am in a hurry to be on the 15th.. :D


I went to to my GP yesturday and told him about my appointment with Dr Francheschi on the 15th of march and he said that I was right to be tested to see if the "theory" a bit more than that actually, was confirmed; He wrote a letter for me to give him. I am really pleased that my doctor is behind me; Already it is him who follows me and give me the vitamin D as my neurologist does not think that it is necessary.

He is interested since I sent him some information about CCSVI in January. Nevetheless he told me to be careful also if it is negative.

It is too early stage still for now. But he wants to know, which is good.. :D
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Postby livabird » Sat Feb 27, 2010 3:34 am

I AM GOING TO BULGARIA IN JUNE/JULY. I ONLY EMAILED YESTERDAY. I FEEL THIhttp://multiplesclerosissurgery.com/ ... ccsvi.html
S IS THE BEST ROUTE TO GO. THEY HAVEN'T, AS YET PERFORMED A LOT OG PROCEDURES BUT THEIR TEAM HAS A LOT OF EXPERTISE IN THIS AREA. THE HOSPITAL IS STATE OF THE ART. BUILT IN 2007 BY JAPANESE DESIGNER. FIRST TIME JAPANESE HAVE DONE THIS OUTSIDE OF JAPAN. THEY WERE SO IMPRESSED WITH BULGARIA.

HERE IS A WORLD LINK TO AVAILABLE CCSVI TREATMENTS.

HOPE EVERYONE WILL BE LIBERATED.

http://multiplesclerosissurgery.com/whe ... ccsvi.html

JAYNE
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Postby JOJOB » Sat Feb 27, 2010 6:44 am

livabird wrote:I AM GOING TO BULGARIA IN JUNE/JULY. I ONLY EMAILED YESTERDAY. I FEEL THIhttp://multiplesclerosissurgery.com/ ... ccsvi.html
S IS THE BEST ROUTE TO GO. THEY HAVEN'T, AS YET PERFORMED A LOT OG PROCEDURES BUT THEIR TEAM HAS A LOT OF EXPERTISE IN THIS AREA. THE HOSPITAL IS STATE OF THE ART. BUILT IN 2007 BY JAPANESE DESIGNER. FIRST TIME JAPANESE HAVE DONE THIS OUTSIDE OF JAPAN. THEY WERE SO IMPRESSED WITH BULGARIA.

HERE IS A WORLD LINK TO AVAILABLE CCSVI TREATMENTS.

HOPE EVERYONE WILL BE LIBERATED.

http://multiplesclerosissurgery.com/whe ... ccsvi.html
JAYNE


Thank you, I going to send prof. Grozdinski a mail like that I will have a place to go in case Paris leads to nothing.... We never know... Dopplers don't show everything especially behinds bones apparently....
Thanks a lot.

I am very excited for you and I hope you will tell us all about it. Bulgaria is a verty nice country, I've been told !

To a brighter future... :D :D
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Postby livabird » Sat Feb 27, 2010 7:44 am

I WISH YOU THE BEST OF LUCK. I WILL LEY THIS BOARD KNOW HOW IT GOES AFTER.
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