mshusband wrote:Doppler is known not to be the best test.
So don't quote 60% when we know that's false, and with venography it's been proven to be found in the upper 90%s.
Sign those of us up for venography (invasive or not I'm in ... maybe Dr. Sclafani will do that?) and let us prove that CCSVI doesn't exist in the non-MS population.
Gordon wrote:Controls were relatives of MS patients
BooBear wrote:Did I read somewhere that one of the "healthy" controls who tested positive for CCSVI in the Buffalo study was diagnosed with MS six months later? Does anyone have solid facts on this one, or is this urban legend?
This individual would be a significant contributor if they were willing to step forward!
I wonder if the test for CCSVI causes the placebo-effect of MS when you are told it is positive.
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