So if Tysabri was produced in Ferra you would be as generous and also accept subjective opinions in lieu of facts and the lack of proper clinical trials?
Bob, how on earth can you even begin to compare Tysabri's history to that of CCSVI? And what do you mean "accept subjective opinions"?? Zamboni examines 100 MS patients, finds that all of them have various degrees of jugular vein blockage, operates to remove the blockage and discovers they all experience various levels of symptom relief. What's subjective about that?
He announces his work and a number of other MS docs show a lot of interest in doing their own research to see if they can duplicate his results. What a novel idea!!! No rocket science involved here, no patent protection agendas....simply some very new thinking in possibly how to treat MS patients. An initial treatment that shows promise and requires more research, just like the thousands of other ideas from MS research.
Although it goes against everything I used to think I could count on about HarryZ, you've recently changed to the point that you're now more interested in making friends than standing on (or near) substance.
Holy cow, Bob....who pi**** on your cereal this morning. I haven't changed one bit on this forum or any other MS forum. But I can certainly see the difference in how somebody like Zamboni progresses with a new MS treatment as opposed to how Biogen handled the introduction of Tysabri into the marketplace.
More interested in making friends??!!! Man, you really need a holiday, Bob