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Postby Johnnymac » Tue Apr 19, 2011 5:14 pm

you beat me to it Cece. We'll be in Brooklyn for Courtney's testing/treatment on May5/6 and the only thing we were lacking was good a local follow-up facility. This is such great news as Houston is a short flight from Dallas, we now have a good looking option for proper follow-up flow testing :-)

Baylor has a very large presence in the Dallas area, hopefully they will expand their treatment to their other facilities here as well. Very exciting news.
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Postby AlmostClever » Tue Apr 19, 2011 6:55 pm

Johnnymac wrote:you beat me to it Cece. We'll be in Brooklyn for Courtney's testing/treatment on May5/6 and the only thing we were lacking was good a local follow-up facility. This is such great news as Houston is a short flight from Dallas, we now have a good looking option for proper follow-up flow testing :-)

Baylor has a very large presence in the Dallas area, hopefully they will expand their treatment to their other facilities here as well. Very exciting news.


Excellent news for Texans!

It always bugged me that after my last procedure there was not even a US followup done!

Good Luck Johnnymac and Courtney!!!
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Postby Cece » Tue Apr 19, 2011 8:35 pm

Excellent, Johnnymac!

The best part about making a list of states that don't have CCSVI treatment is getting to take them off the list.
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