cheerleader wrote:Pictures up at CCSVI Alliance Facebook page, and video will be up at www.ccsvi.org in the near future.We enjoyed a very successful evening at Brandeis University near Boston, with a diverse crowd (patients who have been treated, patients who have not, folks from the NMSS, interventional radiologists, etc.), a broad range of questions, and engaged participants. Many people arrived curious and/or skeptical and left intrigued and interested in learning more. We opened some minds.
Dr. Dake highlighted what we know and don't know about CCSVI and MS, particularly that CCSVI is only one of many factors that may contribute to MS - - but it is a factor, may be one of the very few, that can be treated and even corrected. He answered questions for more than an hour, including many about safety and about the differences between neurologists' and interventional radiologists' perspectives about CCSVI .
A big thank you to the 75+ people who attended, the volunteers who helped pull it all together, and of course Dr. Dake. We'll let you know when a video of the evening is up on www.ccsvi.org
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I am interested in where I can read about "questions" and "answers", please?