solney wrote: All I had to do is start reading at this site and I was sure that this procedure would help her.
I can not take it back. I have read enough of your misinformation and feel you are not being proactive enough to get your mother screened for CCSVI. Perhaps I am wrong and there are other factors involved other than your continued skepticism. If there are financial factors, I would be willing to help. Please at least see for yourself and get her scanned and then you can consult with a Dr. on how to proceed.
Like I said, I am willing to help with the costs. BTW, I was ballooned today and I am going to be a lot more vocal now that I feel the results for myself. Maybe you could start a fundraiser?
If it was you that had MS, you would do it.
My IR told me about a 71 old that was out of wheelchair after the procedure.
I'm sorry I implied you are not taking care of her... I would hope you are.
I can't imagine she has a good impression of CCSVI, if she getting all her information from you.
concerned wrote:My mom is a ccsvi true believer. We diagree, but we can agree to disagree.
Once again, in no way am I preventing my mother from getting "liberated". If the opportunity should arise, I'd help her do what ever she wanted because she can't do it herself. My mothers choices are her own, regardless of what I think of them, and if she needs help to do the things she chooses, then I'll help her.
concerned wrote:Cece wrote:Or can you treat a venous outflow obstruction disorder (highly associated with MS) by opening veins?
I don't think there's a consensus on venous outflow obstructions being highly associated with MS, so I wouldn't go either way.
concerned wrote:Also, my mom was "screened" for CCSVI almost a year ago. They found narrowing, but not stenosis.
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