mom10789 wrote:well maybe things are better there i waited two years in oshawa
our emergency rooms are a nightmare
harry i'm glad you can get things done quickly but things are not the same all over ontario
I think history has proved otherwise. There is Lyme disease for one, and that other condition (cant remember the name) where they found around 2-10% of people diagnosed with MS actually had condition X and 90% of people with condition X were originally diagnosed with MS.Lyon wrote:....I don't think any evidence has ever been produced that would justify thinking that MS is different but similar illnesses or even the same symptoms produced by different processes...
huh? how often do I think it happens?Lyon wrote:I probably disagree that misdiagnoses happens as often as you seem to think it does.
I think you may have missed my point. I am not saying that people have necessarily been "miss diagnosed". My point (and I can see how I wasnt clear) is that I wouldn't be supprised (as in its just a half baked idea) that MS will turn out to be more than a single illness. There has already been a history of additional differential diagnosis's added, and I *think* that will continue.Lyon wrote:...say 100 people diagnosed with MS and if you did painstaking testing to separate whatever percentage really should have been diagnosed with something else....I guess what I'm saying is that I feel that the legitimately diagnosed cases of MS are all of the same mechanism.
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