jimmylegs wrote:am i missing something? i don't see anything inconsistent in starting research in 2009 and releasing some findings in 2011
MS expert Lawrence Steinman, a neurologist at Stanford University, said, "Certainly the [vein blockage] hypothesis carries less and less evidence the more that it's studied. He cautioned that "people running around the world to get this procedure done ought to look at the evidence and save themselves the money."
jackiejay wrote:why is it always bad news coming from Zivadinov and friends?...
So these are the caliber of responses to be seen in response to two recent legitimate and unfavorable CCSVI studies?? The "science" of overcooked meat on the bbq and that the researchers are on the take? http://www.thisisms.com/ftopic-16122-0.htmlCece wrote:Get a beat-up old junk-sale camera. Stand as far away from the BBQ as possible, there are risks you know. Take pictures and look for patterns in the smoke.
Lyon wrote:So these are the caliber of responses to be seen in response to two recent legitimate and unfavorable CCSVI studies??
WeWillBeatMS wrote:Do you mean this study?
"Higher CCSVI Prevalence Confirmed in MS, but Meaning of Findings Remains Unclear"
I didn't have that in mind but....yeah, I guess that would do.CCSVI Prevalence Confirmed in MS wrote:"These findings indicate that CCSVI does not have a primary role in causing MS," says Zivadinov. "Our
findings are consistent with increased prevalence of CCSVI in MS, but substantially lower than the
sensitivity and specificity rates in MS reported originally by the Italian investigators."
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