MS treatment a must

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MS treatment a must

Postby erinc14 » Wed Aug 11, 2010 12:15 pm

Currently, I have only seen nay-saying neuros getting the grant money for studies. Why would you call an electrician when you have plumbing issues?

My next point of contention is I do not, for one moment, believe the MS Societies of Canada have our best interests in mind. They have fought the CCSVI theory from day one. The only reason they finally jumped on board was they were losing revenue from donations, as folks were boycotting them for their negativity towards CCSVI.

When Canadians marched across the country on May 5 demanding our government to take note of CCSVI, the MS Society slithered in and used us to ask the government for $10 million for CCSVI research.

The MS Society's behaviour has been appalling and it should not be involved in anything to do with CCSVI, as it is obviously biased.

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