I must disagree. I think Dr. Godley must not let a baseless slander go unchallenged. If the accuser can back up his accusations then he should do so. The good name of someone in a profession is valuable as is the good name of an institution. People who read statements in internet message forums can attempt to verify what they read independently but shouldn't be falsely alarmed by someone who might have a grudge or just likes to defame people. Without further information I'd believe Dr. Godley over an anonymous poster's claims. Dr. Godley has a reputation to maintain; the poster can say anything, true or false.
That's my opinion.
nicko wrote:Well this is definitely a first for me. I've never seen a Dr. feel threatened enough to jump on a internet forum and start bickering. In my opinion continuing your work and ignoring the odd bitter person would be a better representation of a professional image. People are often bitter with MS and look to attack anything. I've seen it many times, I mean this disease is devastating and just ruins lives. But personally jumping on and arguing with them does not help your professional image.
goddles wrote:Obvoiusly you are very angry either with Dr Cooperberg or False Creek for services we are providing.
Your opinion is not factual, and you are creating a great deal of stress and damage to the hopes and aspirations of people suffering with MS by posting these types of destructive messages.
goddles wrote:Out of 45 patients scanned to date:
6 patients have significant narrowing of the Internal Jugulars on MRV.
15 patients have other venous abnormalities that may or may not be pathologically significant.
So we are finding abnormalities.
goddles wrote:He retired from the public healthcare system after providing years of teaching and services to thousands of patients during his career in the public system.
goddles wrote:He continues to provide educational conferences to Radiologists from around the world
goddles wrote:I have personally met with Prof Zamboni, his team, Dr Simka from Poland and many others.
goddles wrote:We have invested considerable amount of time and resources in CCSVI. We all understood how difficult this process was going to be right from the get go.
goddles wrote:As I go along on this journey, I draw myself deeply and passionately into finding a treatment for CCSVI. We are graced with our technology and resources without need for the public healthcare system.
happy_canuck wrote:I disagree. The accusations went well beyond what we see here as healthy debate of CCSVI and availability of testing and treatment. They were made by someone who registered only to post them, not the normal give-and-take we deal with from time to time. Unchallenged, these accusations take on the semblance of truth. Not only did the poster attack the physician providing diagnostic services, he or she attacked the clinic and its whole premise for conducting CCSVI diagnostics.
This is not the last of this type of sabotage we will see, unfortunately. You know we have seen people already try to influence stock prices by posting speculation about CCSVI. If this poster is trying to delay CCSVI availability, a good target would be False Creek, which is the primary provider of testing in Canada. A few of us tried to ask the poster to remove the wild accusations, which did nothing. Dr. Godley needed to step in and I encourage him to take legal steps as well, if he can.
goddles wrote:In Canada unlike the US it is difficult to access a MRI machine that has the software and sensitivity such as a 3TESLA. for CCSVI
I believe the only place offering clinical studies that is not research based in Canada is in Vancouver which has the only 3T MRI offered to the public.
A shame really
msrelly wrote:He didn't admit to being a doctor til later. Isn't this unethical--it looks to me like he was tyring to get people to find his hospital. I'm disappointed that he wasn't honest from day 1.
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