Workshop for radiologists in Medicover by Dr. Schelling

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Workshop for radiologists in Medicover by Dr. Schelling

Postby Rici » Sun Jul 03, 2011 7:16 am

I am pleased to inform you, especially radiologists, that after the summer break in a hospital in Warsaw Medicover (located 20 minutes from the airport) the open workshops for radiologists are going to take place. Dr. Schelling is very satisfied with the conditions in Medicover and with fact that the hostpital agreed to cooperate with him. Such a comfortable hospital, Dr. Schelling has never seen till now. (280 beds in comfortable rooms, two angioplasty catheters, contrast administered from the top, removing highly deformed veins: - the patients were in other clinics and the deformation was not removed. In Medicover it can be made without a problem. Although the conduct angioplasty catheters in two, it is cheaper twice as in other clinics, where conditions are much worse, they have 5 operating rooms at your disposal): , there will be CCSVI.htm, workshops by Dr. Franz von Schelling will take place here. The subject of the meeting will be how to identify the cause of MS following the changes in the brain and spinal cord MR1. Please inform you your radiologist who is making MR1 for you about possibilites to join the meeting.In more than 80% of cases of these changes are veins. Dr Schelling will train them how to learn the problem and which veins are responsible for these changes. It will revealed "unknown" cause of MS, so far carefully concealed. In the remaining less than 20% cases bacteria is to be blamed because the medicines the sick people are curred with are very agressive and destroy human natural immunogical system. Ussually we observe the drastic deterioration in the patient's healts.
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Postby blossom » Sun Jul 03, 2011 6:29 pm

wow, rici, this is a big big step. thanks so much for keeping us so informed on what is going on in your part of the world.

i hope your vein is healing and you are well.
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