chrishasms wrote:I just can't figure out the harm in doing this. If you have a vein that is too skinny or blocked why would you not want to open it up?
have a hard time buying that CCVI comes with a Latitude map.
The differential distribution of MS by latitude was further reanalyzed for ancestry; high rates were correlated with northern European ancestry
should be tested quickly. I hope some group had yet started...
mrhodes40 wrote: Some of us have studied the idea enough to offer ourselves for SURGERY to see if it makes a difference, every single person with MS, believer in this idea or not, will benefit from that. Those people stepping up are doing so at some risk to themselves for unsure gain, but they have read enough to understand that it is promising so want to do so.
I'm leaving for standford in 6 days.
You're all welcome
If you read about thousand and thousand reasearch about MS you can see how we are going deeper and deeper with the "microscope": from Charcot to now, we passed from macroscopic study of lesions to molecular studies on lymphocites: if you go on focusing on a single molecule, single cells and single proteins in such a complex system as the human body, you'll better understand the mechanism but it's very hard to find a single cell that will tell you: "Hi! You discoverde me, Now I'll explain you why I decided to attack myelin!!!"
Really there are some inconsistencies but it does not matter because if this is the cause of MS eventually we will clear that up with research why this is true if CCSVI is MS, no one has to accept this idea right now in its infancy
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