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CCSVI the inside scoop

Postby erinc14 » Sun Jul 04, 2010 1:23 pm

MSer’s take Betaserone and Copaxone etc. a strong drug to try and protect the brains blood-brain barrier. Drugs that have horrendous side effects. One is left to wonder why the medical profession is dragging their feet, allowing the sick to get sicker, while they decide if CCSVI is the cause of Multiple Sclerosis.

It is a doctors sworn oath that he shall do no harm. I will leave you to decide if he has kept his oath or not.

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Postby cheerleader » Sun Jul 04, 2010 2:09 pm

yeah...that's the timeline and notes I wrote up last year for Facebook, which got copied and put on the MSRC site and is now linked to some guy's column. Not credited. again. Kind of surreal to see stuff I wrote down for MSers all over the intertubes, linked on really strange pages.

I've never said I believe doctors allow patients to become sicker on purpose....I don't believe that at all. Doctors are not evil in some comic book. The world is not black/white. There's lots of gray. I just think the venous connection has been written off, because neuros thought they were done with it in the 1930s. The Putnam/Rivers debate put an end to vascular studies when EAE was discovered to be an acceptable and easier mouse model to study MS.

Neuros don't read vascular journals. A bunch of us on here did. Dom and dignan and Marie and me....we had the time to look into Zamboni's research and the re-emergence of the venous congestion theory.

yikes....(pinch me. wake up. wake up...)
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Postby BadCopy » Sun Jul 04, 2010 3:46 pm

Well I guess I have been ignorant the last 16 years. I had no idea of the info from Schelling in the 1980s. Really he had the answer over 20 years ago. Damn, that really pisses me off.
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Postby sbr487 » Mon Jul 05, 2010 2:24 am

Dr. Schelling is probably one of the most brilliant Drs. His prediction on Rici was spot on ... Drs find it hard to explain things that are in front of them. This man predicted what would happen ...
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