Today I visited the Hope Center for Neurological Disorders :
Today I had 1 1/2 hours with Dr. Thomas A. Woolsey (google him) and Matthew Stone, Administrative Director of the Hope Center. CCSVI was my topic. Dr Zamboni, Dr Dake, Dr Haacke were my subjects of conversation, especially Dr Zamboni (of course). I handed out my information packets about Dr Zs research, about Dr. Dake, about Dr. Zivadinov's blinded trial. One of these information packets will go to Dr. Anne Cross (google her).
I expounded, I orated, I put fleas in their ears, LOL. The name Zamboni came out of my mouth constantly. I mentioned mouse models. I mentioned that Dr Zamboni spoke at Harvard October 14.
Well Washington University is the "Harvard of the midwest". Dr Woolsey casually mentioned that maybe they could invite Dr Zamboni to talk at Washington University.
After I returned home I started blasting Matthew Stone with emails about CCSVI. Absolutely NO DOUBT that I got their attention. I was asked to volunteer to be an "interpreter of research" for the Hope Center. The seed is planted here in St Louis. I will help it flourish and grow.
After I have my imaging done on December 7th at Dr Haacke's facility in Detroit (I volunteered), I will bring my scans back home. I know the Hope Center will help me find the proper vascular people to talk to. I want "Liberation" procedures to begin in St Louis. If I have stenosis, then I WANT TO BE LIBERATED !!!!!!