have people seen this latest german study - july 2010

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have people seen this latest german study - july 2010

Postby loulou » Sat Jul 24, 2010 12:54 am

it was posted on Dr Jelynek s web site .He has ms and has caught it early
through diet etc .
The date of the paper caught my eye cos i know i saw something before
on this site and im wondering if it was the same paper.
If it was could somebody give me a reference to which thread the earlier
paper was on ?
lou lou

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Postby muse » Sat Jul 24, 2010 4:33 am

Please not again. It's just junk science, thanks. Arne
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Postby sbr487 » Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:03 am

Look, this is the team which came out formally stating that Dr. Z studies were "valueless" long back. It would be naive to expect them to now say that ccsvi makes sense. But the good thing is that their paper has been published, so there is really no going back ...
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Postby L » Sat Jul 24, 2010 3:55 pm

Remember the MS Society in the UK had a big open forum debate on CCSVI? Well, their MS expert who answered questions on CCSVI was the very same Klaus Schmierer as co wrote this paper. The conference occurred a few weeks before the paper was published. What an odd choice of neurologist to have on their panel. He must have been aware of the impending results. It's a bit of a sham I think, for the MSS UK to have had only critics of CCSVI on their panel.
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