in citing the Prineas and Barnett research which showed no immune activity in fresh lesions--how can Dr. Lisak continue to stick to the auto-immune credo?
Billmeik wrote:in citing the Prineas and Barnett research which showed no immune activity in fresh lesions--how can Dr. Lisak continue to stick to the auto-immune credo?
ah yes Im remembering now. in 2004 there was rare death from ms. A 14 year old person died and they were able to do an autopsy shortly after. They found no evidence of immune activity. Rather something to do with oligodendricites I can't remember...
You have to admit the general response from the neurological community has been pretty bizarre. When I brought up CCSVI with my neuro last summer I was surprised to be treated with such hostility. (Seriously, one of the nurses was yelling at me in the infusion suite.)
FlashHack wrote:I totally agree that this response is completely normal, that is not necessarily an excuse. Many things can be lumped under the heading of "human nature" that we must struggle with and defeat. Sin is crouching at your door, but you must master it.
As doctors, as human beings, dedication to truth should trump all else. What we have seen is dedication to a paradigm that has been pushed for so long that is has become accepted as truth. There are certainly lessons here for us all. As Mark Twain once said, "No life is ever wasted. You can always serve as a bad example."
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