Lyon wrote:As stated in previous posts, "they" is "the opponent" as AMcG said, also known as organized medicine.CureIous wrote:Cry me a river if I care not a whit for their feelings, whoever "They" are.I don't think differing to that is one of the options. Do you differ with the statement that organized medicine is of the opinion that and will/has been responding to CCSVI as if it's been pushed to hard with too little evidence?CureIous wrote:I beg to differ, what is "being pushed way too hard with little supporting evidence?". Testing? Operations in foreign countries?
and just so we're clear, all immune ablation therapies are based on the EAE theory of Dr. Rivers from the 1930s.
Vascular doctors around the globe are looking at slowed perfusion, hypoxic injury and venous reflux in CCSVI as a potential venous stroke, and taking it very seriously. ....
The fact is, vascular doctors are now being very cautious, getting their IRBs, setting up studies, and they are very interested.
The Buddha always told his disciples not to waste their time and energy in metaphysical speculation. Whenever he was asked a metaphysical question, he remained silent. Instead, he directed his disciples toward practical efforts. Questioned one day about the problem of the infinity of the world, the Buddha said, "Whether the world is finite or infinite, limited or unlimited, the problem of your liberation remains the same." Another time he said, "Suppose a man is struck by a poisoned arrow and the doctor wishes to take out the arrow immediately. Suppose the man does not want the arrow removed until he knows who shot it, his age, his parents, and why he shot it. What would happen? If he were to wait until all these questions have been answered, the man might die first." Life is so short. It must not be spent in endless metaphysical speculation that does not bring us any closer to the truth.
WeWillBeatMS wrote:It's too bad there's nobody in TIMS that's buddies with Michael Moore at MSU. WHOA! He could do a documentary about CCSVI. Heck, he could even debut it at Joe Louis arena in Detroit and have the Zamboni machine there as a prop and he could confer with Dr. Mark Haacke at Wayne State University for information.
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