Where are you Colin Rose

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Where are you Colin Rose

Postby Gordon » Fri Jun 04, 2010 10:09 am

Is it my imagination or has Colin Rose crawled back under his rock ??
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Postby concerned » Fri Jun 04, 2010 10:23 am

He still responds on his blog. I think it's because people reported him for "spamming" that he keeps it to his blog. Also, I imagine he has a life outside of CCSVI research.
The other topics on his blog are pretty interesting too. I never thought i'd say that I like a blog.

Postby BooBear » Fri Jun 04, 2010 10:54 am

Mr. Rose would do best to quote his sources, as there are volumes of papers that oppose many of his theories.

Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but after reading Mr. Rose's blog and finding little scientific and clinical reference, I completely discounted his thoughts.

I could truly believe that the sky is purple with pink polka dots and it doesn't make it so. Now, if someone were to take the time to show me that the sky is the color it is due to atmospheric gases, then I may have to change my opinion. Colin Rose puts up lots of pictures and opinions- but few verifiable facts.

My favorite is the reference that if stenosis was real, we would all look like we are strangled. I suppose when stenosis happens in dialysis patients, then, it should be fairly easy to pick those patients out, right? Or when stenosis occurs with atherosclerosis, vasculitis, or any number of known, documented conditions which completely undermine Mr. Rose's theories and opinions. Frankly, if I were a doctor, I would be careful to post my opinions with the fervor that Colin Rose does without ensuring that I have taken the scientific approach to reviewing all the data first.
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