I have posted on here and elsewhere that I'm willing to represent a class. That means doing all the talking in court. But recently I found that the folks out in BC have an action before a Human Rights court. I think this requires less of a personal paper trail. It is on Radio, TV and the Internet. It would be well have witnesses to the individual contributions, but papers usually keep good track of their writers, and I think there is one face and voice many of us would recognize.
Lawrence Greenspon I think is a high-powered Ottawa human rights guy. There might be others. Anybody engaging in such an action beware: you may not live to see the day. Same with class actions, they take a long time.
I think there is an obvious case, unless the right to life isn't guaranteed by the constitution. I thought it was. I think quality is not the greatest thing being put in jeopardy by these Associations, Societies, hospitals, individuals, and their lawyers. For people sick with 'MS', or as it should be called, CCSVI, it is often life itself that is on the line. This is discrimination, pure and simple, with obvious conflicts of interest, and other forms of personal and institutional involvement for gain.
They have deep pockets, so let's empty some of them!
"Try - Just A Little Bit Harder" - Janis Joplin
CCSVI procedure Albany Aug 2010
'MS' is over - if you want it
Patients sans/without patience