Your blog states that you won't offer even imaging for CCSVI because: "If the patient is not in a trial then what will be done with the information?...In short, to offer these scans at this time with the current data would violate the core principles on which our clinic was founded and on which it operates."
I see that you offer people many different types of scans including full body preventative scans.
What assurances could you possibly have that the results of these imaging scans will only be used in a manner consistent with established medical research? How could you possibly know whether risky or questionable treatment methods will be sought, or whether wild alternative therapies won't be implemented based upon the results of your scans? Do you have people sign waivers agreeing that they will only follow accepted medical protocols using the results of your scans? If someone has a brain MRI that reveals a brain tumour, do you somehow prevent them from going down to Brazil to see John of God to have needles stuck up their nose into their brain to attempt a healing?
I find your reasoning on this point... illogical. Certainly you do not strictly offer your services based upon the acceptability of what your clients will do with the results. I am quite certain you have no idea what ANY of your patients do with the results of screening undertaken by your company. What possible core principle might you have that only permits testing based upon what people do with the results? That explanation is... baffling in the least, obfuscating at best.
To scan for CCSVI is to produce information. I thought that's what you were in the business of doing, providing information to patients. You are drawing a distinction with CCSVI and denying diagnostics to MSer's that has really no sound, logical basis.