I agree with ozarkcanoer (my sight is bad lately, and I kept seeing that as ozarkcancer - it was freaking me out!).
I wrote on another post (redacted)
I have been thinking a lot of those who can't afford to do it. The cost is brutal in the US. My cognitive functions have taken a pounding the last few of years (actually, the last 16), but my hope is to regain a lot of that, have some energy, and start thinking of some kind of trust fund(raising) for those who cannot afford it. I always think that there has to be "a reason" behind things - including (me) having MS, and nobody should not have treatment because they don't have money (or credit).
Fund raisers could attract a lot of attention. Write to Montel Williams - he has been devastated by MS.
I am tentatively seeing Dr. Simka in February, and if I come back cured, I will be shouting from the roof tops.
I do have some connections in media (CBC), and will be making noise there. CBC is already on it, and it is in the media here, but my useless doctor hadn't heard of it. When I told him on Monday (and presented him with all the info to be had), he dismissed me, my MS, my venous insufficiency in my legs, and told me that this would ne front-page news if it was real. I told him that it was front page
on the Globe and Mail (a national, respected newspaper), and many other places as well. I aked him if he had not any curiosity, and he just looked at me stupidly. I fired him on the spot.
Unfortunately, the competition in the media is war, economy, Tiger Williams, and the latest bimbo du jour. Those who have felt such relief after the treatment could present themselves to Oprah, and all the others. Get the women's eyeballs, and we will get some action (women being the ones that really
make this world of ours work...)
By the way, your wife is
very beautiful. I was going to write so yesterday, but thought that it must be from an album cover, or magazine. Grin