Thank you for once again advocating for all MS patients.
It has come up on another thread here where Dr. Sclafani mentioned that he's learned from each and every procedure he has performed. I'm pretty sure that would be true for Prof. Dake, and the Polish team as well.
Let’s keep beating the bushes locally and flush these doctors out. We get additional reports, articles and research supporting a venous and MS connection everyday to present to them. If the CCSVI connection doesn’t work with that physician, than just step back one space and see if they will treat you just for your specific venous problem , maybe they will come around to CCSVI when they see the improvements it makes in your MS symptoms after the procedure.
I advocate locally for CCSVI every chance I get and do my best to tweak their interest. When I was in sales, I used to send out information to potential clients in an attempt to drum up business, it was called “cold calling” and sometimes it worked. I got one of my largest accounts that way. I realize it’s work and time & money are involved, but it can work! You really can spark interest that way. And there is a preponderance of information here at Tim’s to draw from. From protocols for proper diagnostics to examples of before & after MRV’s to share and research papers to present.
We are now an educated, tough and determined bunch and we can do this!!!
Lol, ozarkcanoer, spell check just doesn't quite cut it sometimes. Reader's please insert TIMS for Tims's above.