lobra wrote:Hi Cheer,
interesting philosophical debate!
I already admitted, that I met Dr. Schelling in the early eighties, and that I was not so much interested in hearing his wild theories about ms... I think we are all prisoners within our own brains. And even those who do research, are looking to their left and right to see what other esearchers do, always observing what position they have in that research community.
On the other hand it seems important to realize, that doctors of the 19th century were as smart as they are today and maybe it does not always need to go more and more into the details like all these weird molecules, but to see "the bigger lines". For my understanding of inflammatory processes, the results of Prof Ricker ("Relationspathologie") in the years from 1905 to 1924 are still valid and he points out the role of the vegetative nerve system. Slow blood flow initiates leuco- and erythrodiapedesis.... But he also concentrated on the "sunny side of circulation" i.e. the arterial part, and not on the the dark side of the moon, the venous system.
Economy is another motor... unfortunately this drives medecine into a market place, where the loudest voice makes the best money.
So, we will see how the paradigm shift will go on. I suppose that there will also be a pharmaceutical approach to venous malfunction (to re-establish the old system within the new one).
cheerleader wrote:Dear Mr. Success-
You've started posting on the CCSVI forums, but never introduced yourself or divulged any personal information. Do you have MS? Are you a caretaker? What's the interest in CCSVI?
I'm sure folks would like to know.
sorry about your neuro, zap. I think pseudoscience is not knowing how or why a drug works (the mechanism of action), yet selling it to MS patients.
Sneaky wrote:Great info cheer and gang!
Now I understand that CCSVI hasn't been around very long, there's not much published information and it's going to be a big uphill battle, but this type of stuff is what drives me crazy...
http://www.nationalmssociety.org/search ... i&x=12&y=9
How long can they ignore it?
Sneaky wrote:How long can they ignore it?
radeck wrote:The only positive thing about it I can see about this is that pharma-industry won't pay as much attention to CCSVI for now and try to destroy it (I know, I probably come across like a conspiracy theorist saying that, but it's just how I feel), while Zamboni, Dake, and others can do more research and improve the procedure technique.
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