just wanted to say that any questions from skeptics are always more than welcome! They help us all banter around the science behind CCSVI. Since the conference, I feel more adept at explaining the variety of connections of prior MS research. Dr. Haacke has a cool take on it....none of this new research trashes the old, it all fits, and CCSVI puts it together.
As far as "tone"....yeah, MS can change a personality. I used to take Jeff's snapping at me personally, until he explained that sometimes he just couldn't take another minute without lying down and being silent. It wasn't me...it was the world. When he got his MS diagnosis, I better understood. When I saw what has been happening to his beautiful brain, I really understood, and I forgive him. But even caretakers need to vent now and then, right why??? I think we've all let loose on here, and we've all worked it out. Kinda like family.
Husband dx RRMS 3/07
dx dual jugular vein stenosis (CCSVI) 4/09