SaintLouis wrote:And one more thing he said, which on this point I really don't know so maybe someone else on here can help, he said it is possible the DMD's MS patients are put on may cause the veins to collapse/twist. Chicken vs. the egg. Does anyone know if there were patients in Zamboni's study who weren't taking DMD's? Or has anyone here been found to have CCSVI who has never taked a DMD? Please help me put this nagging question to rest.
Mechanicallyinclined wrote:We're all irritated when anyone associates the death that happened to CCSVI. No one is stating that CCSVI was a direct result of it so I wouldn't worry about it.
This was discussed in a previous forum but I'll reitterate. The statement that Dr. Haake made to the effect that "even if 20% of people could be helped it is worth it" speaks for itself. I'm not going to even elaborate on that because anyone that wants to twist those words is just playing a nonsense game. These phrases are just put in to make their point that they want to exercise caution. They weren't arguing anything.
Just a bit of humour here.
I'm thinking that the twisted veins are the initial cause and that better be true. If the DMD's are twisting my veins, I'm gonna be ***st off. Better take the drugs back to the research lab lol.
In a Winnipeg Mb meeting that the MS clinic held on Dec 15, Dr. Brian Hardy (interventional radiologist) stated that they already do angioplasty on jugular viens. It's just done for different reasons. My question is what other reasons would they have for doing angioplasty on jugulars.
Here is the link to the recorded meeting. It was a an informative meeting on CCSVI with a question and answer period.
All links to the video are at the bottom of the page
I don't know if it's turf wars or if it's the medical system's way of just slowing things down in the interest of caution.
If Dr. Hardy doesn't find this whole concept interesting, I'd be very supprised.
I found it interesting when he made the comment that they do angioplasy in jugulars already. Just for different reasons. I was supprised to hear that comment from him. Was he trying to say "Yes WE Can"?
I’d love to hear Dr Hardy off the record, anyway. As I have said, my off-the-record medical sources have suggested that the IRs in Manitoba are at least interested in CCSVI - but that there seems to be a kind of turf war with the neuros.
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