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Post by markus77 » 9 years ago

CCSVI in Multiple Sclerosis To our Canadian friends- I'll be on the Charles Adler show today, discussing CCSVI- 3pm EST


www.charlesadler.com

http://www.am1220.ca/
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Post by cheerleader » 9 years ago

yup...I will. Wish me luck!
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Post by markus77 » 9 years ago

U GO CHEERLEADER......... ; )
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Post by cheerleader » 9 years ago

just heard...Dr. Mark Haacke will join me. Whew!
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Post by ozarkcanoer » 9 years ago

Wow !!! Joan and Dr Haacke !!! That's a team I want on my side ! I guess I will have to listen online if I can ! :D :D

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Post by Greenfields » 9 years ago

Well done!

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Post by AlmostClever » 9 years ago

Excellent job, Dr. Joan!!!
If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough. - Al Einstein

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Post by happy_canuck » 9 years ago

"not a doctor...yet"

Close enough, Joan! Great work.
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Post by GuRu » 9 years ago

I Just say GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by broomdancer » 9 years ago

Cheerleader:
Just listened to the broadcast and you and Dr Haack were wonderful, it was so nice to hear your voices. Your University should give you an Honorary Doctorate. Thank you for all your work and sharing your knowledge with us.
Sincerely Diana

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Post by cheerleader » 9 years ago

broomdancer wrote:Cheerleader:
Just listened to the broadcast and you and Dr Haack were wonderful, it was so nice to hear your voices. Your University should give you an Honorary Doctorate. Thank you for all your work and sharing your knowledge with us.
Sincerely Diana
Thanks, Diana...sadly, I went to music conservatory...no honorary degree for me :)
If anyone knows how to make an MP3 of that interview, let me know via PM....I want Jeff to hear it, and he's stuck in the studio working today. I thought Dr. Haacke was incredible...it's all about the research, not hyperbole.
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5-10%???

Post by islander » 9 years ago

I listened to the broadcast and thought it was great to have this info out there on Canadian radio! Awesome!

Just curious about the 5-10% statement that Dr. Haake made. Was that just a low number he was throwing out there to make a point about it still being worthwhile to research...or is there a basis for that number?

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Post by cheerleader » 9 years ago

islander wrote:I listened to the broadcast and thought it was great to have this info out there on Canadian radio! Awesome!

Just curious about the 5-10% statement that Dr. Haake made. Was that just a low number he was throwing out there to make a point about it still being worthwhile to research...or is there a basis for that number?
Yes...Dr. Haacke was just talking about "what ifs" in an interview, and it got taken out of context. Funny how people hear what they want to. Testing is showing a much higher correlation of CCSVI in MS, and treatment is helping many patients. But sadly, he made the comment as a supposition, and it gets quoted. He just meant, even if this only shows up in 5-10%, we still need to research it. Numbers from Buffalo soon. Fact: Dr. Zamboni found 100% correlation.
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Post by dialed_in » 9 years ago

It looks like it will be re-airing on this station at 7pm est.

http://www.cknw.com/

Just click 'listen live'. Not sure how far into the program the interview is though.

There should be links to the interview at his site tomorrow.
http://www.charlesadler.com/

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Post by markus77 » 9 years ago

just marvelous cheer. bravo.... just wondering why you did not mention that email that recognizes CCSVI as the potential cause of M.S. . that would have really opened some eyes....
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