Cece wrote:When do you think CCSVI will start to see some of that money? I'm not talking the little drabs so far, but the real money? The search for a break-through with MS has been very very well funded, but it's all gone to the neurologists.
Ruthless67 wrote:concerned, Thanks for the link.
Dr. Patti Forgeron, a physician specialist who provides rehabilitation for MS patients said, "There are many places half a million dollars could be used to assist patients. Just ask!"
The thing is, in all respect, the PATIENT'S are asking, and they are asking for research into CCSVI, not more rehab. I understand her dedicaion and concerns but I like Dr. Kennedy's line of thinking better.
Dr. Allison Kennedy said "He'd be comfortable with the New Brunswick government using some of the $500,000 to help New Brunswickers attend the clinical trials."
I'd also like to see some of the money available for follow up for CCSVI patients in Canada, regardless of where the procedure takes place.
scorpion wrote:Cece I really think CCSVI will start seeing some of that money when and if some of the current trials start showing a link between MS and CCSVI.
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