There was no mention of MS on some claims that have been denied, which means that the insurance company is looking elsewhere in the patient's records for that diagnosis and using that to deny the claims.
Sorry I feel I have to reply on this very upsetting thread. After all, I am a naturalized Canadian. I have never, however, renounced my American citizenship, having been born in Detroit. I feel like I am living on time-with-two-mortgages (where does that word come from?), but never mind. My country has taken in refugees a long time, including former slaves, and to a certain extent, my family (from McCarthy, not the draft). Again, never mind.
I think this practice is criminal and violates the right to privacy along with many other reasons for being wrong
. After all, "MS" patients have a free ride as far as taxes go, right? We are so much more civilized
here, not even allowing the procedure to take place...
I thought I heard somebody with a certain well-known mother-in-law say "yes we can".
"I know tomorrow you'll find better things."
"There's too many buzzards sittin' on the fence.
Stop this world, it's not makin' sense."
Advice to people taking care of people with "MS"/CCSVI: Cultivate an appreciation of the sardonic, and ironic, pleasures in life.