strayinma wrote:I have been stalking this website for a couple of weeks. It looks like the Issue has been uploaded... but I can't find the article. Any ideas? Am I looking in the wrong place?
strayinma wrote:Cheer, thank you very much for the quick reply on the article and publication details. I hoped to have the new article - hot off the press - in hand for my MS appt next Monday. I'm a probable MS case but want to start this conversation. I'll bring the old presentation as an icebreaker (with answers to anticipated questions in my back pocket).
Thanks, too (long overdue btw!), for your passionate, informed and memorable posts on CCSVI.
MrSuccess wrote:I find it very interesting ...the various approachs. Some seem demanding. Some are meek. The rest somewhere in between.
This is my theory.
Neurologists are intelligent and educated people. HIGHLY educated. And no doubt as curious as the next guy.
No matter how thick that sheave of paper you printed out last night is , it will not matter for much. What matters is intelligent educated people talking nose to nose.
Such as Dr. Dake talking to Dr. Zamboni. They have to spread the word...... to other bold and couragious doctors ....
It may take more time than we like. Frustrating ....I know.
We have no choice but to wait it out as study research and clinical findings get produced ......and published.
In the mean time .......do whatever you can to keep CCSVI on your neurologist's radar......keep telling them ...this looks promising ..what do you think ?
Nice and polite like ....of course
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