MegansMom wrote:I guess this is good news, but hey, I wouldn't want to be one of the sham procedure patients.
I guess its good if you don't have health insurance because they sure will have to be covering the procedure cost. But asking people to get a venogram twice is a lot to ask.
If I had the anomaly I would want it fixed pronto! Afterall we are talking about potential Brain damage and MS progression without venous impairment repair.
Bravo to those brave enough to join this study!
Cece wrote:It is possible that the sham group will be the lucky ones and that they'll have a better outcome or less risks than the treated group.
MrSuccess wrote:However ..... Dr. Mehta is doing what Dr. S cannot do .... and that is starting a 600 person CCSVI Trial..... NOW .....
eric593 wrote:It would effectively shut down any future procedures if that were the result.
MrSuccess wrote:marc - thanks for rounding up that information -
Happy Poet regarding the NIH approving Dr. M's trial.
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