FlashHack wrote:lucky125 wrote:I think that at GU, Buffalo, and many other places that are getting false negative results, it has more to do with the limitations of the equipment than "believing."
Better equipment would certainly help, but belief is essential. If you are given a Where's Waldo picture and you're not certain that Waldo is even in there at all, you might give up after a few minutes. If you are sure there's a Waldo in there somewhere, you'll reach for a magnifying glass and find him. True believers are undeterred by a negative ultrasound and reach for the catheter because they are convinced that where there is MS, there is CCSVI.
How true. 3 teams, 3 varying results, one of them is the German neuro team which concluded that MS and CCSVI are randomly related. This is a case of finding what you wanted to find.