The doctors currently involved in CCSVI are very well known and respected in their fields - published and accomplished. The doctors who have expressed interest are from the same ilk. These doctors are the leaders in their fields, not followers, and we need them to know what is going on
Exactly. It is one doctor at a time. And, it is not only in the neurological, vascular, and radiology community. My chiroprator who has about 50 MS patients and who gives monthly seminars is talking about CCSVI (he has also called and spoke with Dake). I gave the research to my dentist - he is getting the word out--quite a bit of interest from his dental associates; my GP (who also has had conversations with Dake) is spreading the word to her colleagues.
I am in the process of making business cards with the website links on them and my email address for follow-up information. Wish I would have had them the other night.
When the Univ of Buffalo had its press release, I sent out a global email to just about everyone in my contact list with the link to the press release. I asked the contacts to forward the email on to anyone who they thought might be interested. I have spent the last week on the computer---I have new cyber MS friends who found out about CCSVI because of the email. Two MS'rs have signed up for the Univ of Buffalo study; others are reading the research and asking questions; one has called Dr. Dake's office.
I think the saying goes "if you throw pebbles in the pond, you eventually make waves"
Have a great weekend everyone! I'm off to watch the grandkids play soccer.