jean-la-grenouille wrote:@ britanyspores : I couldn't understand clearly what you wrote for my english is not so fluent !!
Since the combined incomes of all the "MS" patients in the world is not equal to the spending and corrupting power of the large drug dealers, who have billions of our tax dollars similarly at their disposal, this is an effort doomed to be obfuscated and obstructed for the foreseeable future. Two years have not changed a thing in Canada, and now the US is similarly hamstrung.
jean-la-grenouille wrote:It's difficult to obtain rigourous and effective scientific research about CCSVI . Much information has been published about multiple conflicts of interest and actions contrary to the interests of patients.
Does anyone think to legal action to enforce our rights? In the US or elsewhere...
questor wrote:I think another important question for those of us who have been damaged by CCSVI treatment (and there are more than a few) is whether legal action is appropriate to help compensate for damage that has occurred as a result of treatment.
Yet another perspective ...YAWN... (oh, excuse me).
How could I disagree with someone who is agreeing with me? Though I agree with the sentiment that yes, we all should have treatment available, and yes, in Canada, it should be "free", and yes, indeed, we might have a case against the makers of Rebif, maybe against Pfizer, perhaps others, there could be reason for dissatisfaction.tiltawhirl wrote:Of course it's easy for someone like me to stand up and be for the physicians side, given my positive outcome. However, any bullshit like this is likely to scare some of the pioneers doing work on this back into pure research rather than performing the treatment.
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