orion98665 wrote:selkie wrote:So now the LA TImes has picked up the same psueo-scientific article. Isn't it amazing that when Dr. Zamboni et al published their work, there wasn't a word in U.S. media and now suddenly two studies in Germany & Sweden that didn't even use the same testing protocol as Dr. Zamboni and are claiming to disprove his work are suddenly making BIG MEDIA newspapers?
Big Pharma saying KaChing $$ with every article that's printed.
Come on. And people laugh at us when we say Big Pharma is trying to sweep CCSVI under the rug.
"Ditto!" Selkie unfortunately i think might be on the right track. And
isn't it interesting tha Kuwait approved CCSVI and is now treating their
people for the disorder.
MrSuccess wrote:Hello Selkie - You have to be really careful with what you read regarding CCSVI . I'm not too interested in the op-ed of most newspapers.
A little while ago .... the editor of a well regarded medical journal came out swinging against CCSVI .
At the conclusion of his babble .... in fine print , of course ... was the disclaimer that the opinion of the writer ... DOES NOT REFLECT the opinion of the medical journal itself.
In other words .... his opinion is his only ... he speaks for himself only.
As hard as it is ........ one must often force oneself to read ALL of the information being offered .... and ALL of any disclaimers.
Are you heading for San Diego ?
How insightful and as the Anals noted, "important."
How does it advance the science of this if you don't actually attempt to replicate the work of Dr. Zamboni?
I personally tested the CCSVI theory using tarot cards and was "not able to reproduce the findings by Zamboni et al. " I should submit my results to the growing evidence that CCSVI is not real at least when you don't actually test for it.
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