patientx wrote:MarkW wrote:Yes its a small study but helpful if you read the results, rather than the title and conclusions.
Changing the title of this thread is a good idea, dreddk.
That is a terrible idea. Dreddk, what you posted was the title of the article. There is no need to change it because people don't agree with the conclusions.
Yes, because otherwise we couldn't confuse people looking for information ...
A LOT of people in the first few months of (or even before an) MS diagnosis have been found to have CCSVI (or EVS or whatever you want to call it) ...
look how many others on facebook ... (or on this website)
Please - all seeking information and not spin - read Joan's (cheerleader) postings and research ... there is so much more than this (even if they want to hide behind the cover of a venogram being used ... which is great ... but that doesn't show causality - especially considering all the cases of people with VERY EARLY stage MS ... who have been found to have CCSVI, and when treated, saw great results).
But keep in mind - THIS study (which you all tout highly) DOES show a relationship between CCSVI and MS ... there is no denying it anymore 'skeptics'.
I am not going to post links for you Dredd ... do a search and read them yourself, they're all over this website ... the CCSVI alliance website, and Facebook. Peer reviewed studies ...
If you just care to post 1 study, and not research beyond that, that's fine ... but it's all out there if you have days and weeks to read it all ... I spent many months reading it all ... it's good stuff.