Your dr whatever is not really enthousiastic I should say
Don't worry about bursting bubbles.
I think this piece has already been taken into account. You have to think of the context; that ran on the CBC in Canada a couple of weeks after they had been completely smoked on CCSVI by the W5, the flagship news program of their main competitor, CTV.
It's not surprising that the angle the CBC would like to take was "CCSVI maybe not actually that exciting". The whole story was cut and presented for that effect.
Dr Haacke has said that 15,000 people *representing about 1/4 of the MS population in Canada* had tried to contact his clinic in those few weeks. Imagine how desperate many of those people were. Everyone in Canada knows someone with MS; I was told about CCSVI by at least 4 people who knew I had MS that first weekend; more helpful people continued to send me information for several days.
And, let's be sadly honest: if CCSVI is proved and accepted beyond a doubt tomorrow, there would still be a back-up just for testing years long.
The last thing that anyone involved in the research in Canada needed on 15 December was *more* patients trying to break down their door before they even finished the first stage of their research. Here they spoke with appropriate caution. But I’ve heard other interviews with them; they're excited.
As I recall, that report also featured Dr Freedman, more or less the establishment voice of MS in eastern Canada. If the CCSVI theory is correct, his whole research career has been pointless...