hoodyup wrote:I now know that what others have been saying is true: CCSVI is real, and fixing it will only improve the person's condition who has it. How could a placebo do this? If she was capable of willing herself to improve on her own don'tcha think she'd have done that before this? Neuros watch out for that left hand!
I am also hoping that by sharing these results with her doctors and anyone and everyone that it will help add to the ever widening pool of "anecdotal reports" of MS patients benefiting from the Liberation Procedure. It was by reading about other people's experiences that we arrived at the decision to have her scanned and treated for CCSVI. I look forward to reading about others who want treatment getting liberated and experiencing these good things for themselves.
kc wrote:Andrew and sharon,
This is wonderful. I am sure the "little" things you are doing for yourself now feel soo good. It is really amazing what we take for granted when we feel well.
This has put me in a better mood and maybe now I will be a little nicer to my family.
You guys should write a book, I am not kidding.
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