The "suggestable" comment was irony. Nothing more. This has been your implication on this forum time and again. Your assumption that people on this forum are uneducated or naive.
The fact that an opinion has been widely held is no evidence whatever that it is not utterly absurd; indeed in view of the silliness of the majority of mankind, a widespread belief is more likely to be foolish than sensible.
This quote (on religion) begins a paper written by three neurologists who do not believe MS is anything like EAE. They believe neurology has accepted the EAE model as a "credo"--based on blind faith and not science. They believe it has harmed those with MS.
Here is the full paper in pdf form. I recommend it -
I've never said that angioplasty for CCSVI is the cure. Nor is it effective for all. It MAY be an answer for some. It MAY relieve some symptoms. I believe pwMS have the right to be tested for central venous stenosis, and treated--if they so desire.
The research presented in this forum may seem arcane or unimportant to most. But for those of us who have been questioning EAE, and looking at hypoxia and hypoperfusion as the cause of MS, it is very important.
If this research or discussion does not interest someone, it is their right to state so or go elsewhere. But not to continue to make snide comments or insult. This would not be tolerated on the antibiotics or Revimmune forum. Nor should it be tolerated here.