Community Care Physicians write up on CCSVI

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Community Care Physicians write up on CCSVI

Postby ikulo » Tue May 11, 2010 9:58 pm

A comprehensive and lucid write-up of everything we know about CCSVI.

http://www.communitycare.com/Practices/ ... ground.asp
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Postby jackiejay » Wed May 12, 2010 6:09 am

this seems to be a very comprehensive information article on CCSVI...in a nuttshell, so to speak....I'm thinking this would be good for physicians to read....has the historical aspect to present day facts and there are a lot of facts....backed up with an impressive list of references...which is a definite bonus.....so what I'm asking...would this be sufficent information to give to a doubting physician to read.....I've read elsewhere to print off Zamboni's papers, etc. etc......but there is so much evidence now I have a feeling if you walk in with a huge amount of papers...it will be left on a desk somewhere......this gives them enough to tweak their interest and they are given the references to delve further.......
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Postby ikulo » Wed May 12, 2010 7:47 am

This might be a good way to start the conversation. The article provides a concise recitation of the research and it's also all backed up by sources outside of Zamboni. Many of the skeptics like to suggest that Zamboni is some crazy doctor in Italy who is desperate for attention, so this article might dissuade such knee jerk reactions and give a thorough understanding of the whole issue. At the very least, one article like this may pique a busy doctor's interest more than 20 whole articles.
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