Overall, I feel more lethargic, spastic and weaker than before I went away, especially at night and early morning.
:roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:Brainteaser wrote:In 2 days I have a consultation with a Melbourne vascular surgeon. So far, he seems interested in CCSVI. I've sent him all the documentation. I understand that he recently saw Dr Simka's presentation in Monaco and he may have met Prof Zamboni.
Knowing how you Americans are pretty good at selling anything to anyone, :wink: my enquiry is - what are the key points to raise with my bloke which might entice him from ladies legs to hairy necks! :?:
I can't see that $ would be the main attraction - they do well already. Also 'sympathy' is not something I've experienced too much with the medical industry - a 'sympathetic doctor' might be one for the oxymoron list. :roll:
HI PHIL My name is SEEVA from SYDNEY andI like to contact the melboure
No, there must be other incentives............
Dr Dake and others have come onboard with CCSVI where I imagine they might have plenty of other patients to take care of.
Perhaps it is the notion of getting involved in something new and exciting or making their mark on the World stage.
So what can we do or say to get vascular surgeons excited about CCSVI?? :?: :?: :?:
HI PHIL MY NAME IS SEEVA FROM SYDNEY and i like to contact the MELBOURE DR.Please let us have the details
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