While Dr. Zamboni, and others, have said the real battle for truth is in the science, and the journals, this is more and more about, not truth but hard cash, and it is being fought in the media.
You can expect a strange mixture of the inept, like Dr. Rose's blog, and the professional, as the money becomes more and more threatened, and used to try to shore up the unshore-upable. There will be attempts to use the media to the same extent as the W5 series, in some kind of retaliation. Maybe courts can stop the madness...
I am just as sorry as I can be that patients opinions are not even considered by neuro-ethicists. What, some people's neurons are more ethical than others? Give me a break. Ethics is. Don't matter what you hyphenate it with. I don't see anybody doing any serious ethics in any newspapers, or television interviews. Not even much on the radio, though some.
"Try - Just A Little Bit Harder" - Janis Joplin
CCSVI procedure Albany Aug 2010
'MS' is over - if you want it
Patients sans/without patience