The survey is to get people's opinion about whether the MS Societies should help Liberate people. If the Canadian MS Society were to pony up $700,000 CDN that would pay for 450 people to stay alive.
Coincidentally the same amount they gave to non=treatment studies.
Every Canadian likely to die this year of CCSVI. And that would likely be on a long-term basis. People who get Liberated get better. Barbara Farrel is (by reports) in rehab. She didn't die. She left the hospital. The guy who attended the Parliamentary Subcommittee meeting, who had been treated (in Poland, I think) had been in long term assisted care, with personal care around the clock. Last I saw him, he was walking unassisted up Parliament Hill.
Already over 200 have died with CCSVI this year in Canada. One less because of you. So 199.
Instead of telling the government "if and when" they are good and ready to let them know, *then* it's ok for them to spend *your* money on Liberations, maybe they should be helping a few people improve what used to be called their 'MS', using some of that donated money directly to help eradicate the disease. Helping a few people stay alive instead of succumbing to CCSVI.
So again I ask, what do *you* think?