I still have one burning question: If Dr. Haacke , for example, was willing and wanting to test MS volunteers/applicants for CCSVI, why was his work stopped? I understand that he had a software issue, but again....why has his testing stopped? Same for Dr. Dake. (After a year of activity)
The medical world is always in favor of screening tests such as colonoscopy, mammograpy, bone density,PSA,...all without evidence of symptoms, and insurance pays. And, with current guidelines, some of these tests have become controversial. The key word here is SCREENING.
There is no logical reason for not screening for CCSVI, even if docs don't want to connect it with MS. MRV's & Doplars are ordered all the time. If you want to be tested, especially with a medically acceptable test, you should be able to. It should be available to you. Shouldn't have to fly to Poland or wherever. Plain & simple.