Criminal MS Society of Canada spokesperson Stewart Wong

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Postby PCakes » Thu Nov 18, 2010 11:34 pm

MrSuccess wrote:I expect the two punch approach ...... will put MS on it's ass.

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Postby TFau » Fri Nov 19, 2010 7:32 am

scorpion wrote:
MrSuccess wrote:gordon - everything takes time . CCSVI research and development will take longer than we desire . There is a human safety issue ..... to be answered first . And I believe this stage .... is well underway .

That car that you purchased yesterday ...... was planned and designed .... about 3 years ago. It had to undergo and pass safety tests ..... before being brought to the market place. It didn't happen overnight .

your health .... your well being ...... is unmeasurably more important than any damn car or whatever.

the quotes from MSSC spokesman Stewart Wong ... are not out of line.

CCSVI will advance ..... to treatment ...... in a controlled safe pathway

Yes ...... the time it takes ...... is frustrating .

But what choice do we have ?

Mr. Success

Very well put!

Usually research like this is done to support a "first time in man" study. They should be doing these interesting academic studies in parallel with direct treatment studies. Even if only 10 out of 100 treated MS patients, and their doctors, anecdotally reported some benefit from the treatment, I would think that this would justify a jump-start in the process.
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Postby PCakes » Fri Nov 19, 2010 8:28 am

TFau wrote:Usually research like this is done to support a "first time in man" study.

Good morning,
Could you explain this? Is it a known term?

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Re: @ Scorpion and Mr. Success

Postby yard1 » Wed Jun 29, 2011 3:47 am

Gordon wrote:What the MS society is doing is nothing but a waste of time, Even Zamboni said they are doomed to fail.

It is a disgrace and I am sick to my stomach knowing that these groups are again leading us astray....

Criminal ... They will meet there maker, one day

In that cases, many of them should be discharged from their current jobs..

CCTV footage of Alec Baldwin 'arresting' university student while armed with handcuffs.
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Postby PointsNorth » Wed Jun 29, 2011 11:46 am

PCakes wrote:
MrSuccess wrote:But what choice do we have ?

Egos could be checked at the door. Doctors and scientists, the world over, could work in a unified manner to verify what appears to be a common debilitating problem within the MS community.

Healthcare providers could open their doors to compassionate treatment.

Healthcare could allow choices to be made. Open the doors to private clinics. Document the results. There is a large community willing to participate in a self funded clinical trial.

I'm with PCakes. There have been hundreds of angio safety studies done already + Albany's CCSVI-specific safety study. Let clinical trials happen in PARALLEL with ordinary treatment!
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Postby MrSuccess » Wed Jun 29, 2011 12:22 pm

safe ? maybe . maybe not . When I read Dr. Simka's report .... which included cases where the catheter[sp] got stuck .... and I also seem to remember Dr. Sclafani also enduring this situation.

This is a concern.

As is damage or injury to the internal walls of the vein being widened.

That said . I wholeheartedly endorse CCSVI medical intervention.

And I support these fine doctors. They are learning as they go.

The second mouse always get's the cheese ...........

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