Ruthless67 wrote:If you had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Dake in the near future, what questions would you ask?
I was thinking maybe we could list our questions then when one of our pioneers has a follow up appointment or phone consult with him, they could ask our collective question for us by printing out a list from the Tims group. Such as:
How many re-stenosis has he had to treat.
Has he found a way to avoid involving and aggravating the accessory nerve when doing the procedure.
Quote from BNAC Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 1, by Dr. Robert Zivadinov. “In the future, we will perform double-blind controlled trials using a treatment that is different from those used by either Prof. Zamboni or Prof. Michael Dake.” Question, does Dr. Dake know what those “different treatments” will consist of?
When the 2010 trials start at Stanford will he be doing his angioplasty/stenting procedures the same way as he did in 2009 or has he learned any new twists?
Did he really have a publication of his original finding blocked from being published?
Just a couple of my questions and a couple I've read recently on the board, who else has questions?
I did ask this question last week. I was told things are progressing, and although seems painfully slow and needlessly delayed, they are moving forward with trial development.
I would never ask him if he has learned any new 'tricks'.
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