abstracts for 2013 AAN

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Re: abstracts for 2013 AAN

Postby MrSuccess » Mon Feb 18, 2013 11:36 pm

I beg to differ . We are NOT sunk no matter what - ONE - Neurologist has to say .

CCSVI has grown. It's not all about one person . I include Dr.Zamboni .

If the Neurological World wants to continue on with their agenda ... so be it.

These people are " book " doctors . They believe and repeat ...only what they read.

Put and keep your faith in the medical profesionals that draw their conclusions based on results of their life saving work , done in an operating theatre. REAL medicine.

Those are the REAL doctors.


Talk is Cheap. Don't tell me you can whip me .... SHOW ME.



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Re: abstracts for 2013 AAN

Postby 1eye » Tue Feb 19, 2013 6:11 pm

Consider the sources.

I think there is a scientifically and statistically very significant causal link between prevalence of negative results on CCVSI in so-called tests and studies, and the key participation in the same, by people whose income is dependent on the "cause" of "MS" remaining "unknown", and pw"MS" remaining sick.

If anyone thinks a conference of professional neurologists is ever going to pass on anything positive about CCSVI treatment, or CCSVI causing "MS" symptoms, I think there is a bridge in Brooklyn they may be interested in owning.

Have they ever helped you feel any better?
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