marcstck wrote:Chris, I never sent you any e-mails, and accusing me of such is really beyond the pale. Anything I've had to say you I said on the open board, and if you read over the posts at neuro talk you'll see that I was actually being supportive of you, and only asked you to clarify some issues on which I had questions.
Your lack of civility is really very disheartening, and if this is any indication of your level of sensitivity to any kind of criticism, you're probably not the right person to be evangelizing Revimmune. I'm sure the good folks at Johns Hopkins would be horrified by the tenor of some of your recent posts..
Best of luck moving forward, I hope that you have indeed found your cure. Believe me, no one wants a cure found more than me, and if it's Revimmune, then let the party begin. Best of health to you, and have a wonderful, fruitful life...
marcstck wrote:For the record, I've been posting here for years, from well before the date indicated under my username. I had to rejoin on that date due to some server crash or something, but I'd been here for about two years before that date.
I certainly did not chase Chris here, but saw his post denigrating neuro talk during one of my usual visits here (he calls the site out in the title of this thread). I frequent four or five different MS websites, usually reading more than posting, and I'm actually more active here than at neuro talk. I've been interested in Revimmune since I first heard about it in March of 2007, and have posts in this sub-forum dating back to this past January...
I initially thought Chris's post over at neurotalk were a very good thing, as it's very important for people to learn about Revimmune, along with every other treatment option. Unfortunately, his posts soon devolved into vitriol, and things got out of hand. If he did receive hostile e-mails, I can understand his getting upset, but still, he shouldn't have insulted the entire population over there.
Believe me, life is too short to be chasing people around the Internet. The fact is that you see the same names over and over on all of the different websites, as most people belong to multiple sites. My primary aim in coming to these sites is to gather as much information as possible, to better battle this disease that is forcing me to watch myself wither away.
I believe anybody fighting this disease deserves some basic respect, and each will handle the struggle in his or her own way. Disparaging sick people for the way they choose to deal with their illness seems quite mean, and totally uncalled for. And I direct that sentiment to both Chris and whoever it was that belittled him at neuro talk or sent him any hostile e-mails...
chrishasms wrote:Cytoxin in a pulsed format shows a risk to cancers but in a HiCy format since the late 70's this has shown safe.
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