VeeBee wrote:I just received my weekly email from the fundraiser gang but it doesnt make sense & to be honest Im fed up with the games....
I do NOT send people to Dr. Mehta in the US. He does one vein at a time and double charging patients. He has also been found guilty of medical malpractice for not making good decisions for the patient. He also just blew the whistle to insurance companies telling them that this procedure is for the treatment of multiple sclerosis, when it is a treatment for venous disease in people with MS. So here in the US we have a new battle coming down the pipes because of the pompous behavior of one doctor. Who ever keeps the list may want to remove that dr from the list.
http://www.timesunion.com/local/article ... 807153.php
Does anyone know who CAPITAL REGION MEDICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION INC are? or if they currently have anything to do with CCSVI?
I'm just relaying information and wondering why a liberated CCSVI youtube specialist, would be dishing the dirt on their own kind?
I couldn't give a flying f**k about the fundraiser BS. Not my kind of people.
VeeBee wrote:PM sent.
For the record, I rate shills as spineless twats and sadly we already have pro CCSVI shills. I find it totally unacceptable, and highlights how disreputable this industry is.
Could the moderator please close my account here, otherwise I'm going to start posting private info & explain why I consider the whole scene corrupt & beyond help.
jay123 wrote:I am/was one of Dr. Siskins very first ccsvi patients and found him to be extremely professional and caring. He did have some misgivings about other doctors getting involved in the treatment of ccsvi patients who didn't have much experience in the angio and stenting areas.
Let's be extremely carefull in calling out doctors as their are a few who are pioneers/heroes in the field (Dake, Siskin and Dr. Sal in particular) who have stuck their necks out for us.
I have noticed negative posts in the last few weeks about Dr. Dake, now this one with Dr. Siskins name.
Has someone figured out this might be the way to stop this promising research?
Pieper has argued the hospital failed to identity her injuries as an emergency situation. The facility should have followed "the well-known and recognized medical principle involving knee dislocations that if adequate circulation is not confirmed and, if necessary, restored within six-to-eight hours of the dislocation, the likelihood of loss of limb is markedly increased," court papers said.
The woman has argued in court papers that a doctor wrongly assumed the location of a pulse indicated sufficient circulation when "clear and well-recognized medical principles indicate that the presence of a pulse does not assure adequate circulation to the dislocated limb."
http://www.timesunion.com/local/article ... 805601.php
leetz wrote:thought we were all ADULT'S here fighting for the same cause????? finger pointing at the VERY DOCTOR'S that are fighting for our cause???? BIG HUGE DIFFERENCE from the article about timing and the poor womans leg and MS here folk's!!!
soapdiva884 wrote:Uh, time to lock this thread too? Jeesh!
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