PCakes wrote:Actually, many of the "healthy controls" in the Buffalo study were family members of people with MS. It has been suggested that this may be part of the reason for such a high percentage of CCSVI in the control group.
Copied from UBC facebook.. but but but but...if this is true?? ..
PCakes wrote:...and now i fear that the Buffalo results will have too many inconsistencies only to be challenged and hold things up even longer.. aaaarrrgh.. the money being frittered away is going to eclipse the costs of diagnosis and treatment.
Pens in hands.. fingers on keyboards.. voices raised..
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BELOU wrote:That doesn't explain why they found only 56% of CCSVI. They shouldn't have he right protocol. It made no sense.
PCakes wrote:.. but but but ...if this is true?? .. please tell me they kept family stats seperate from non-family..
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