soapdiva884 wrote:Cece, your really not a Dr.??? LOL...........just let things like that roll off your shoulders. If you feel harassed enough, let a mod know and they hopefully will take care of it. You are one of the most knowledgable people on this forum and I believe Dr. Sclafani would agree with me. You ROCK in my opinion. You have been an inspiration to alot of people and don't you forget that!
CenterOfGravity wrote:Cece, not once have you ever portrayed yourself as a doctor. You've always portrayed yourself as a person who has worked hard to understand the science, and to learn from someone like Dr. Sclafani. If people aren't capable of gleaning that, I don't see how their comprehension is your issue. I know I always enjoy your posts.
Lyon wrote:In Karate lessons my instructor pointed out that the most dangerous person is someone who knows just enough to get themselves (and others) in trouble. That's Cece.
Rosegirl has a point. CCSVI isn't even proven.
CCSVI is a hemodynamic manifestation of outflow obstruction or resistance manifested by memory loss, mental confusion, fatigue, headaches, ataxia, weakness and sensory deficits. The cause of CCSVI appears to be venous outflow obstructions due primarily to truncular malformations of the jugular and azygos.
As you know, CCSVI stands for Chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency but what is essential is that we wouldn't be interested in that if it weren't for the assumption that there is indeed an "insufficiency" capable of causing negative symptoms.Squeakycat wrote: Ironically, the whole point of the discussion at issue here is that when the veins are opened, symptoms attributed to MS abate and when they restenose, those same symptoms return. That seems like gold standard proof to me.
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