This was in a newspaper article reporting about the Alberta Health Services document;
"It reminds people that it is a potentially dangerous procedure that they're doing," said Darrel Gregory with the MS Society of Alberta.
"You mess around with your jugular veins and if something goes wrong you could be in serious trouble."
From this article ; http://www.vancouversun.com/health/ther ... story.html
EDMONTON — A controversial treatment that promises relief from the daily torment of multiple sclerosis has created a deep rift between its proponents and those who say it doesn't work. And helping to drive the debate is social media, where it can be difficult for people to determine the truth.
Neil Pierce, president of the Alberta division of the MS Society of Canada, said he knows other patients who don't want to publicly share their stories of disappointment, after the liberation procedure failed them, because of the backlash they expect to face from people within the MS community. "It's been so divisive," he said
WOW, I thought those stories are welcome here and have their own sticky.
After watching Dr. Sclafani on video last night he talks about the different types of ccsvi potentially being resonsible for varying degrees of improvement post liberation. This is just one of many many concepts that continuing research will help us understand.