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Postby babiezuique » Fri Jan 01, 2010 12:26 pm

I live with multiple sclerosis for almost ten years now... and before i met this forum i always felt alone in this.... sickness... now i have you all.... and i feel better than ever! I told to my husband yersterday that i felt like having news friends....

I wish you all.... the best for this next year!

I wrote to Simka...since two weeks... waiting for an answer;)

Thank you to everybody here

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Postby shye » Fri Jan 01, 2010 3:28 pm

Yes, this is a place where I feel I'm with friends--wishing everyone a year of great health and happiness :D
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Postby Rose2 » Fri Jan 01, 2010 7:17 pm

YES!!! Happy New Year to everyone!!
I wish everyone health and happiness and HOPE. Hope for all of us to get tested and treated if desired and the Hope that we can spread THE WORD.
Yep, I am a born again CCSVI success story and not afraid to tell you all.
Today is just a little over 2 months since my testing and procedure.
Yesterday, I had a very busy end of year business day and I did it.
Today I made a grocery list, spent over an hour in Safeway WALKING, not using the ride on cart as before CCSVI, and then I came home and made chili beans. after I put away about 10 bags of groceries!!!!
No ride on cart, no overheating, no cognitive issues as I scanned all of the wine bottles looking for a particular brand. This would have put me on the floor 3 months ago.
PLEASE be encouraged by this. I know I am. I don't realize how much more I am doing until I look back. Hindsight, you know!
I pray for everyone to get the information and treatment they desire.
Sincerely, Rose
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Postby ozarkcanoer » Fri Jan 01, 2010 7:41 pm


You are giving me hope again ! Thank you so much. I've been so down in the dumps. You have a wonderful new year and I hope everyone with MS gets liberated soon.

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Postby Johnson » Fri Jan 01, 2010 8:06 pm

Rose, you are an angel. Like ozarkcanoer, I have been a bit bluesy lately. Your note brought cheer. Thanks.
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Postby Rose2 » Fri Jan 01, 2010 8:10 pm

If I can do one thing, it is tell you that CCSVI has worked miracles for me.
This is not a dream I ever had, since I only learned about CCSVI last Aug or Sept. I forget. But then I was screened and treated Oct. 20, 2009 so that was fast, but my heart told me GO.
I hate to hear about everyone having to wait so long but I do believe that the MD who does the screening needs to be one of the best, lest the screenings/findings become inaccurate and the treatments inaccurate.
Does that make sense?
I think the slowing of MSers being screened and treated is a discouraging feeling right now. I know I am discouraged that not everyone is lined up for screening at a minimum. But I have faith that it will pick up again. I mean we are not going away, right?? MS being what it is, so unpredictable and difficult to diagnose, makes it a quagmire, for sure.
But we will prevail. I do believe this. and I hope we ALL do.
Sincerely, Rose
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Postby thornyrose76 » Fri Jan 01, 2010 8:10 pm

Happy New Year Everyone! Keep Our Chins High This Year, No Matter What!
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