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Postby Cece » Fri May 28, 2010 6:36 pm

oh I am talking about happy tears...we are all in the act of dodging bullets, here, and with CCSVI fixed, the bullets will stop firing...and this disease will never fire at my children...such a hopeful turn of events.
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Postby BooBear » Tue Jun 01, 2010 4:53 am

I totally get it, Cece. I have the same thoughts when I look at my kids. I even started them on Vitamin D3. Can't be too careful.

While no one in my family has MS besides me, my father does have issues with his veins. He has had a few blood clots, a pulmonary embolism and three small strokes. Unlike me, he has high blood pressure (mine is actually quite low).

With some serious research on the genetics, we may find that what appears as clotting disorders in men turns into MS in women. Who knows?

At least my father can get his issues treated. :!:
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