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Good link Rhonda.
I hope everyone sees there are 3 parts to click on.
He is not the most Gung Ho Optimist of this but he gives a good description of the problem.
2 years? I have snails faster than this.
I think the two doctors from Georgetown are objective but compassionate. They want proof and 2 years doesn't seem long compared to the 10 years some researchers have quoted. And they aren't just doing imaging. They are doing angioplasty !! It is good that more researchers are looking at CCSVI. The more independent trials the better. Also they make a good point that angioplasty has been performed for years with very good statistics on outcome. So all that needs to be studied is "does it help ?". Sounds very good to me.
Yeah, I guess you are right ozark. It just seems too long.
Did he mention anyone who is now doing great because of the procedure?
He seems to downplay any success.
I guess you can call it cautious but come on! Give us some press!
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