cheerleader wrote:Dr. Sclafani will find a private location to treat and he will continue. There will be more information in the coming days.
drsclafani wrote:I HAVE NOT RECEIVED THE OFFICIAL REJECTION
1. AN OBSCURE GERMAN ABSTRACT REPORTING TEN PATIENTS THAT SHOWED NO ASSOCIATION BETWEEN CCSVI AND MS
4. THAT THE NATIONAL MS SOCIETY RECOMMENDED AGAINST TREATMENTS
drsclafani wrote:SORRY FOLKS, I AM REELING
I AM LOST RIGHT NOW.
I AM SPEAKING TO OTHERS WHO DO THE PROCEDURE TO SEE IF I CAN DO MY PATIENTS AT THEIR SITE.
I AM LOOKING FOR SOMEWHERE ELSE TO TREAT MY PATIENTS.
ANYBODY KNOW OF ANYONE INTERESTED IN INVESTING IN A PROCEDURE SITE?
SORRY TO ALL OF YOU. I AM SO UPSET
A. Accept Pledges For Later Collection From People Who Give You Contact Information Online
This method can be implemented most easily, using one of the various CGI scripts that will forward a Web form's data as email to a designated address. No confidential financial information (such as credit card numbers) is transmitted online. The donor can follow-up by mailing a check (possibly after you send a reminder), else the charity must contact the person to collect check or credit card information by phone.
Cece wrote:So how about we email:
to Holly Barr, Dr. Sclafani's tireless assistant, at:
With the subject header: MY PLEDGE FOR DR SCLAFANI'S CCSVI RESEARCH
Or would that overwhelm her with emails? Is there anyone else who could set up an email and be trusted to collect pledge information and create a database of the names and addresses for future follow-through?
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