But we've done it. She's been through the chemo, followed the autoimmune theory to its logical maximum (short of radiation and bone marrow transplant) - she still suffered.
I am impressed by Mel's CV there. She probably knows a thing or two about research studiesShe's a clinical instructor in genetics. We know a lot of doctors, surgeons and pHD's they have mostly expressed extreme interest and a 'that makes total sense' response.
skydog wrote: We are not sure why but I now have a rather severe occlusion in the left jugular and narrowing of the right lower down in the neck area just as most others have had. If this had shown up eight weeks prior I would have undergone stenting of one or both jugs in this area. For now we are in the wait and see mode. The stents in my upper right jug are looking great. I am off the warferin and plavix. Yahoo… We are heading home and I will report more upon our return. Cheers, Mark
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