Hi Dr. Sclafani !
If I may also suggest
This site is so full of valuable information and I really feel that we have the potential here to really make a difference for ourselves who suffer from MS and have been liberated, but also, for those of us, who have not yet been so fortunate to be liberated.
As I see it, we would all agree that CCSVI is something we all, as MSers, have in common, so now lets look for another common denominater, ( i don't mean for you, personaly to take this on, as you have enough on your plate to deal with) but in regards to your interest in CCSVI and the possability of setting up some sort of data base. I would like to see us, (we the people of TIms) take this a step further and include some sort of category, or a separate identity from CCSVI to include men and women, in a separate group, as women are affected in higher percentages by MS then men. We could all document our personal medical experiences and symptons BEFORE
diagnosis, and compare, esp, in women, cause our bodies are so more sophisticated then men
I hope you can all see where I am trying to go with this.......It all seems so complicated to write down, but with the power of the internet, and the amazing people on this site, we could try and put something together to make this work. Knowledge is powerful and after all, who better to figure out the complexity of this disease, than those who are afflicted by it. So much more to say about this idea but I'll leave it at that and wait and see your responses. I know you all will have an opinion.
Thank you Dr. Sclafani for all your hard work and dedication to our cause. You are our HERO