My point in sending this was just to show others that there is definitly people watching what is going on. Another researcher from the same foundation replied was that this wasn't his area of expertise, but he would forward my information on to anyone within his foundation that would find this of interest. (This Doctor is the head of research there.) There are people taking notice and I'm just happy I didn't get a negative response. I just sent my email to them last night and I was pleased to see the reply first thing this morning. I'm don't know if this will amount to anything, but at least the message isn't falling on deaf ears. I'm waiting for a response from another doctor as well.Thank you for your letter and your information concerning the latest advances in the field of MS and cardiovascular disease. We are aware of the progress made recently and are watching the field with keen interest. At present, we have no projects in this specific area but there are researchers here at St Boniface Hospital who focus on the molecular basis of MS. We also have a large group investigating the molecular basis of cardiovascular disease. They may be interested in collaborative work on this topic. I shall forward your message on to them.
Many thanks for your interest in research at St Boniface Hospital Research Centre. May you have a safe, healthy and prosperous New Year!
MarkW wrote:Mechanicallyinclined has demonstrated my point - warm words from from a research body but no actual MRV/Dopper testing. Doctors, like most humans, are herd animals, they follow not lead...............
To make progress we need people with the necessary funds to get tested and treated. The people who were treated by Dr Drake had the funds to do so, same for people going to Poland. To make progress we need people with funds to demand and pay for testing and treatment in as many locations around the world as possible.
Starting trials is good for people who want to wait for 2-3 years.
New drugs like interferons, tysabri etc get millions of marketing dollars spent on them so are quick to gain market acceptance. Is anyone spending millions on CCSVI ?
Trust me I am an Industrial Pharmacist and know how the system works.
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