MrSuccess wrote:brought to you by the '' doctor '' who has kindly informed the world of the evils of potatoe chips ...
mmmmmm ...... potatoe chips
LOL ..... gotta love that clown Rose.
1eye wrote:It will protect the inventors somewhat from theft. It will also publicize the invention. It will also protect 'MS' patients from ...
It will protect them somewhat from ...
They just might be trying to make a living doing something decent that helps a lot of people. Patents protect those jobs too. They aren't just Cocaine fund makers for Facebook billionaires. They might be helping a lot of Italians feed their kids.
I say, go Dr. Zamboni. This will maybe help the foundation and tide you over till the Nobel Committee gets around to you.
concerned wrote:Speaking of Richard Pryor and cocaine, maybe that had something to do with his heart attack?
concerned wrote:Kind of puts all this "CCSVI docs aren't treating MS" nonsense to rest.
Read here: http://tinyurl.com/4a23c45
Cece wrote:To me the distinction is important to make, whatever was written on an ultrasound doppler patent application two years ago. Until or unless MS and CCSVI are proven to be one and the same, the only thing that can be seen with an ultrasound doppler of our necks is if we have central venous stenosis. You cannot diagnose MS through a doppler ultrasound of the veins. Not yet anyway. You can diagnose central venous stenosis, specifically CCSVI, which warrants treating in its own right.
Zamboni plans to make himself a billionaire by patenting a disease, “CCSVI”, and the means to diagnose it. He realizes that he can’t patent the “liberation” procedure which is now done by dozens of venal, unscrupulous surgeons around the world but he can patent the machinery to diagnose the condition for which “liberation” is the treatment
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