I will never feel healthy and I have already apologized to my kids for what has been left to them.
I'm sure, that what will make someone who is not me, feel like they
'don't have "MS" anymore'
may possibly help me somewhat, too. But CCSVI research is not a waste of money.
It is the only sensible way of doing 'MS' research. In honour of those who have fallen to it, there is no better way.
I took my compression stockings and CVI-suffering feet on a trike ride today for 10 or so KM. I met up with and visited a fellow SP"MS" person, her grandchildren, husband and daughter. I would not have been able to do that, if I had not had the CCSVI procedure three years ago. Canadians are so paranoid, the doctors, technicians and nurses who operate Doppler ultrasound equipment every day all day, don't want to go near my neck, even today. Good luck with your CSF.
I have begun to realize that many things my father had before he died are my likely fate, too. Heart attack, stroke, organs shutting down. Similar, but different. And I think he knew, too.