Don't 1eye please, stoop to the same stuff. Just because you can fill a page with responses to drivel doesn't mean you should.
But it's so self-contradictory!
Still, responding will only make it worse.
OK, if I say so. But what about - ? And - ?
(whispering) OK. Modern MDs are not the quacks they were in Semmelweis's time. The social contract has been broken many times over by doctors, pharmacists, drug companies, bureaucrats, insurance companies, politicians, just about all the signatories. But let's not throw out the baby with the bathwater.
Doctors need to remind insurance companies that all medicine starts out as an educated experiment. That some procedures are bigger emergencies than others. Yes, hearts and other body parts
are affected when there is something wrong with major veins in the neck. Yes they should be fixed if they can be. Yes it should be covered regardless if you "have" "MS" (or it "has" you) or not (some have CCSVI problems who don't and never will, have "MS"). It is medically necessary. Even if nobody has assigned the codes yet. Bureaucracy must not stand in the way of health. The attending physician must decide.
Doctors of previous centuries are not the only ones who condescend. Many are unaware they are not even qualified to advise, let alone preach.
(still whispering) "Fearing not I'd become my enemy..."