MarkW wrote:I realise that the 'group think' on the chatroom is that all MS drugs are the work of big bad pharma whose only purpose is to make money from poor sick pwMS.
If you have CCSVI therapy please do not be mislead by immediate changes in your condition or if you have none. MS shows enormous variations so you will only get an indication if CCSVI is working for you in 6-12 months.
Lyon wrote:I don't want to make you feel foolish but "Family Elder" status has nothing to do with the person's age, although coincidentally I am old.Gordon wrote:Lyon, You are a family elder for God's sakes. Why not act your age.Actually, I was here first but you can leave it you would like.Gordon wrote:Grow up or get off this incredible web site that has added so much value to the search for meaning of this incredibly distructive disease.Although I'm a Devil worshiper I appreciate the thought anyway.Gordon wrote:May our Lord have mercy on your soul.
MarkW wrote:In real clinical situations the interferons work well on about one third of pwMS.
Gordon wrote:JUST FIRE THEM. I Fired mine by email. Pompous piece of Shit.
Lyon wrote:As I clearly mentioned, the problem was with Ashton's inference that if the CRABS weren't the solution, CCSVI is. Sadly, things in the world aren't always that simple and the CRABS not being the solution adds absolutely nothing in itself to the credence of the CCSVI hypothesis.
mangio wrote:Why does it have to be one or the other.
.... Neuordegeneration is just too complex a process and will not be solved easily. Let's see where all this new thinking and investigation takes us.
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