concerned wrote:Nothing can disappoint her.
Just like many on this board.
You have the right to an opinion, like any free thinking individual.
However I like to base my opinions on information I've personally obtained as well as what I've read in the press/on forums/seen on TV.
For example, I don't personally believe in God, any other form of deity or religion as a whole, I happen to think it's the single biggest con inflicted on mankind. There are still countries where I would be executed for that belief (or lack of belief) today. However, if you want to visit church every Sunday and worship, I personally respect your choice and don't judge you because of that choice.
I hope CCSVI is going to help my wife, she has been scanned and proved positive for CCSVI and we're awaiting a procedure in Scotland.
When we have had that procedure we will have personal hard fact about how it worked for her, my opinion of CCSVI will then be refined when that further information comes to light.
I am a logical, reasonable thinking businessman. CCSVI is logical in my (non medically trained mind). My wife is on Capoxone for her gradually worsening RRMS which she's had for 12 years.
I think logically, that this is a reasonable procedure to try, it is effectively off label use of an existing procedure and the mathematics of the risks add up to a degree that it's viable.
Feel free to not believe in the process, but respect others who feel it is a plausible theory, to explore it.