Hi, this post is the answer for Pepe question about the content of letter our polish neurologist dr Ryglewicz has sent to our Health Department, but i thought there is much more interested in this than just Pepe. So, here it is for you all.
Yes, you are right, Pepe, dr Ryglewicz wants prohibit doctors from Euromedic, Ameds etc. doing liberation procedures.
She has her own plan, not pronounced literally, but everyone knows what she is talking about. To tell it as shortly as i can, I should say: dr Ryglewicz wants give this "vein" subject to the neurologists. The vein surgeons would be just technicians to do the procedure, but all the rest, i mean: gathering people to be treated, and so on would be done just in few polish hospitals - "the best neurological centers in Poland", under control of neurologists...
For me it has no sense. It's a venous problem, so why neurologists should decide about everything? I don't know and I don't like it. Dr Ryglewicz writes, that liberation procedure is really dangerous. How come?!
For me it is just a way to stop a real research. Independent one...
[sorry for my poor eng, but i am still too lazy to learn. however - if you would like to talk in hungarian, go on! i have a master degree in hungarian;-)
Polish, 30yrs, dx 2000 RRMS, EDSS 5.
liberated in february the 2nd 2010:). Currently on double blind clinical trial with Avonex/Daclizumab.