jackiejay wrote:was this study just out today?...just wondering why it would not make the news like the Buffalo study did....this percentage is very high in comparison.....the skeptics always refer to the Buffalo results to dissuade the CCSVI theory......be hard to do that with these numbers!
MarkW wrote:Open label studies are helpful to investigate where a problem may be found and help other investigators to look in the right places. Neuros will want to dismiss the study but they are not approaching CCSVI with open minds.
0.94 correlation is high but as the sample is small so the standard deviation is likely to be large. The detailed results will tell you this. (Ignore this comment unless you like statistics). To be honest I cannot be bothered to look up the SD on the full paper. All these correlation figures will vary until the testing methodology is refined and agreed, then training given.
Bethr wrote: 1 in 3 chance in Ireland. 1 in 7 from Scottish decent.
I have a C282Y gene and I developed my first lesion when I was iron overloaded. I have reduced my iron levels and feel great again, fatigue mostly gone.
It's a side point that should not be overlooked for people who are susceptible, and does not apply to everyone. But it might!
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