drsclafani wrote:Rompers wrote:Dr. Sclafani, may I inquire as to who may be on you invite list? Not by name but generally speaking. I am also curious to know if your invitations are being extended to other countries, and especially your neighbouring Canadian Neurologists/IRAs/VSs? Or is this a specific "think tank"?
And as Donnchadh suggested, I too would like to forward the symposium details if you will provide the "OK".
Please accept my thanks for all of your caring and efforts, as you are helping us all to keep "hope" alive and kicking!
look, this is a very short notice thing. I did not invite a tenth of those who might be interested.
For the next ten days, i am looking for more doctors who are intersted or thinking about this subject. please do use your advocacy to share the word. I actually injoy your empowerment
Hi Dr. S,
I've shared the information regarding your symposium with two vascular surgeons I've been corresponding with (one at Rhode Island Hospital and the other at the University of Iowa), and the nurse of a very prominent vascular surgeon (if you'd like names, I'll send them offline) but I wasn't sure if it was ok to do so after I read this on Facebook....
This event is not open to the public. The auditorium has limited seating and IR's in the NY tri-state area and select neurologists were invited by email directly by Dr. Sclafani, and there is room for more to attend. The subject matter is targeted to IR's and MS neurologists. Attendees must rsvp and be registered. The media is invited. Wheelchair Kamikaze will video tape the symposium for the CCSVI Alliance website. If there is room, patients will be invited.
She seemed to have "inside" information. So, I'm happy to know that it's alright to "share the word".
Thank you for everything you do, Dr. S. That can not be said often enough.