marcstck wrote:I was surprised to be invited to appear as a guest on the "Connect with Mark Kenney" show Thursday night. Upon returning home from a pain management Dr. appointment, I received a note from one of the show's producers on my blog, and two hours later I was sitting in a small studio staring into a camera being interviewed live on television! Yikes! I think the interview went well, although I always hate the way I look on video, kind of like a bloated crazy person. I've got to lay off the sweets… And I need to have a word with a woman who cuts my hair…
Anyway, here's a link to the show, if you move the slider forward to 45:19 you'll get to the start of the CCSVI segment.
http://www.cbc.ca/video/watch/News/TV Shows/Connect with Mark Kelley/ID=2233352812
1eye wrote:Yes, it works fine if you cut and paste all of the link into your browser. For some reason, the last part of the link is not included in the "[url]". I haven't looked, but if you have it right it should be:
"[url=the_long_http_etc_which_is_not_very_readable_anyway]some human readable stuff if you want[/url]"
The thing, if you use a short url, can look like: "click this for a laugh"
or, more simply:
which can get long and unreadable, and line breaks sometimes corrupt it when it's too long.
...The video is good; you tried to stay clear of the hysteria. Good stuff.
Did they perform an Upright MRI? There was a recent study which implicated that the Upright MRI was used to help target AO work. see the thread http://www.thisisms.com/forum/chronic-cerebrospinal-venous-insufficiency-ccsvi-f40/topic18068.htmlmarcstck wrote:I have been considering giving Sal another shot in my veins, but in the meantime I've been doing work with an Atlas Orthogonal chiropractor, and have been taking part in a study about AO and MS. So far, the AO treatments haven't seemed to make a difference, and my disease is definitely still progressing. I feel like I need to give it a little more time, though.
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