Dr Arata interviewed for Reuters...

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Dr Arata interviewed for Reuters...

Postby CureIous » Fri Oct 05, 2012 3:49 pm

They wanted a recent patient to interview and contacted my friend's daughter Aisha who found out about him through me.

I advised her beforehand that the media gives in one hand and takes away in the other, luckily they failed to disappoint in that regard.

Either way I am happy for her, it's just sad to see the lawyers get involved and juicy headlines hit before this even has a toehold on the beachhead.

Dont trust the media, period, they have more snake heads than Medusa...

http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/10/ ... 6320121005

FDA cites risk, but MS patients seek unproven therapy

By Deena Beasley and Genevra Pittman

.....Aisha Johnson, 35, was diagnosed with MS in 1997 and underwent CCSVI treatment by Arata earlier this month. She said she was informed of the FDA warning, but the hope of improvement won out.

"I have already noticed little changes. ... One day I was typing on the computer and halfway through kind of stopped and said, ‘Wait a minute, my hands aren't trembling as much,'" she said. "Every day I am kind of noticing little differences."
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