VeeBee wrote:There was a post the other day about a woman selling her house to pay for an unsucessful treatment.
Just to clarify, this was a post about a woman selling her house for a SUCCESSFUL treatment.
Sorry Cece I stand corrected. Wasn't meant to mislead. Cant edit it, thread locked. I get worried when I hear of talks about selling homes for treatment.
The article got a little confusing when it was playing off the 2 women for pricing, I misread it for 2nd treatment.
Im aware of the re-stenosis rate but wasnt a year ago. It's a huge exclusion even to success stories and needs to be added regardless.
The ad is "Trying to create awareness" so although it might not sell CCSVI as well as I think it should be mandatory to explain the possibilities otherwise we're getting into dangerous territory.
Awareness groups seriously need re-training. People are being mislead by marketing teams. A few in particular should be fired on the spot.
The brand link was mis-spelled "LiberationTreatmentCVSI.com" cutting into much valued profits.
Could someone write to
..and ask him to correct it along with some stats on success/re-stenosis rate. I'm not interested in being the skeptic that some business entities are trying to label me as but I'm not keen on misleading awareness groups.
Hopefully you can understand my point of view this time