Cece wrote:Now if you ask me what I believe, I believe there are too many reports of people getting tested for CCSVI and malformations being present and improvements once they're fixed for it to be anything but the real deal...plus ccsvi theory is the best explanation I've ever read for my lifelong symptoms...I also accept that doctors and insurance companies need it to be proven scientifically. And we've done our part: we've gotten them working on it. Just wish it were faster.
AMcG wrote:A simple observation about placebos.
This effect (if present) is based on a subject's expectations. So how can it explain results which vastly exceed a subject's expectations? How can it explain entirely unexpected results?
I can attest to both these outcomes in my own experience. I dare say so can many other people who have been 'liberated.'
One last thing. What about people who experienced no improvement? They must have had hopes and expectations. Why no effect?
mshusband wrote:Riddle me that ... and then we'll talk again after her liberation (only a few weeks away) ... and we'll see if these things apply.
wikipedia wrote:Fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) is a tactic of rhetoric and fallacy used in sales, marketing, public relations, politics and propaganda. FUD is generally a strategic attempt to influence public perception by disseminating negative and dubious/false information designed to undermine the credibility of their beliefs.
also from wikipedia wrote:To dispel FUD, the easiest way is to ask for details and then provide well researched, hard facts which disproves the details.
blossom wrote:it seems to me that the ones are that holding us up from getting tested and treated are the ones that are haveing one hell of a placebo effect. they weren't happy just playing GOD they have placeboed themselves to the point they actually think they are GOD! shamey face on them. whoever-whatever- if the shoe fits wear it.
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