I had a June 8th or 8th date that I postponed. I live here in eastern Canada & would like to know if this is what I have wrong with me or not. I can't afford to spend that much money to go over there & find out my veins are fine. If some facility starts testing down this way that does the correct protocol I'd like to do that.
I think that if you have "MS", you can be pretty darned certain that you have CCSVI.
To do a cost/benefit analysis - I paid $2350 for Doppler and MRV at False Creek. I was 90% certain that I had CCSVI, and did not need the scans to decide to go to Poland. I only did them at FC because it led to a referral with the IR that got shut down in Victoria before he could "do me". I figured that the $2350 would be worth it if it saved me $15,000, or whatever, to go to Poland. The $2350 would have paid for cattle class airfare and 5 nights at the Qubus, or airfare and the Doppler.
Unless you think that you can get treatment here in Canada with your results (highly unlikely at this point in time), I would advise putting the money to a flight to Poland.
I do feel though, that we will see treatments being done openly here by Christmas. They will probably be announcing it as I am wheeled into the theatre in Katowice, with my good luck. Grin The Internet has changed the face of the game, and our numbers are huge. This is being discussed in both chambers of Parliament, it fills the airwaves and newspapers - front page. The ramparts are crumbling under our hammering.
I am sorry for the people who are limited by lack of finances. Get inventive. Fill out some applications for credit cards (LIE!) and max them out. Then declare bankruptcy. It's not like most of us have anything to lose. Plus, you will feel better, and maybe even be able to work again! Then you can pay them back. Have a raffle where you sell future services - like house painting, piano lessons, tutoring math, whatever. People pay up front, and get something back later, when you are feeling better. IPOs for Liberators LLC. People should be investing in people, in my humble opinion.