CureIous wrote:nothing next week. More faddish type rubbish. Some of it's interesting, but this thing appears to be going the CBS Evening News route. Bigger interests, bigger money, more influence. What else is new. Would have been nice I guess, but not really needed to further CCSVI. The show WILL go on.
"The only way I can figure out whether or not this works is if I do it myself," he said of the June 30 medical procedure, which involved a balloon angioplasty to open three narrowed veins in his neck and chest.
When his veins were unblocked, the effect was immediate, he told CTV News.
"That's when I immediately noticed the first difference," Williams said, in his first public comments about his personal experience with the procedure. "I got off the table and bent over to put on my shoes and I realized I wasn't holding on to anything."
While Williams says that the treatment isn't a panacea for all of his symptoms, he is adamant that the therapy has benefits for sufferers.
"We need to now bring all the doctors in this together in the United States and sit down in one room and talk about how we are all going to share this data, so we can move this process forward so much quicker," Williams said.
In summers past, Williams had travelled to South America to ski and escape the heat.
"I feel normal. This summer I stayed in New York," he said, adding that he experienced temperatures of 40 degrees Celsius. "This changed my life."
Montel does not have control over what the Dr Oz show decides to do or not to do. He asked the show to cover his CCSVI procedure in order to share information about it with the masses but he is at their mercy when it comes to the timing and how the show chooses to cover it. They have since decided to make it a web piece and he is waiting to hear when it will be posted and he will advise everyone accordingly.
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