FlashHack wrote:I wanted to tell her that this info was tattooed on the inside of my jugulars!
Hi, All! I hope it's not inappropriate for me to sign in too...along with my boss, Dr. Sclafani...but in reading back a few pages I saw that a few people were concerned about the social security number and mother's maiden name I ask for in the form I send out about CCSVI testing and treatment (starting 3/10/10 and discussed among Vivianne766, FlashHack, Cece and jr5646). I can understand your feelings and wondered myself whether I should leave it in the form but did in the end, since no one I spoke to when I used to get all this information on the phone hesitated for a moment. But I understand that an emailed form can feel a little different. So though most seem okay with supplying this information I respect the feelings of anyone who wants to hold off on supplying social security number and mother's maiden name until actually scheduled, when it's necessary for financial clearance, etc. But I do draw the line at having to look for it inside your jugular veins
Very best wishes,