Barre google de traduction indispensable!
*Intéressant, car on a des nouvelles du congrès Electrims d'octobre où sera invité Zamboni, de bon augure pour les SEPiens?!
CCSVI in MS Toronto : CCSVI
presented by Dr. Zamboni at the next Charcot Foundation Symposium at
ECTRIMS. Well, it's about time. Dr. Doepp and Dr. Khan will be there
(live from the Annals of Neurology) Should be and interesting discussion
(l'article confirme la série de vidéos "les médicamanteurs, que j'ai publiée il y a quelques temps,ndlr)
For months, Wock has been writing Wall and other members of the provincial government, imploring them to take a deeper look at the procedure, which, in some circles, is being called a new lease on life for multiple sclerosis sufferers.
“I am sure Mr. Wall was probably so sick of getting e-mails from Beth Wock,” she said. “I had to laugh out loud when I was hearing him on TV because one thing I have consistently put in all my letters, is why don’t we make Saskatchewan the leaders for MS treatment. When I heard him say that, I laughed because I have said that so many times to him.”
After getting over that initial laughter, Wock said she became very excited for her fellow MS sufferers. Although she had the procedure done in early July in Mexico, Wock has said she will continue to be an advocate for the procedure in Canada and the right to have it done here.
She said the Wall announcement gives hope to many people who have been searching for a ray of light.
“He’s taken the time to listen to us and he’s responded and that excites us,” said Wock. “It gives us more hope and we have to keep digging at that. We have to make people aware what the possibilities are.”
The CCSVI treatment is based on work by Italian doctor Paulo Zamboni. Zamboni discovered that many MS patients have blocked or malformed veins in their neck and chest which hinder blood flow. He developed a procedure that uses a basic angioplasty technique to open the veins and restore blood flow.
However, the treatment is not available in Canada, forcing many, including Wock, to travel to another country to have it done.
Although Wall’s announcement has been met with praise and excitement from many MS sufferers, there are many who have panned the decision. Despite Wall’s lobbying there are also many provinces that have said they will not follow Saskatchewan’s lead, something that disappoints Wock.
“I was just chatting with a lady on the Internet from Nova Scotia who is really frustrated. They said they were on board with us and now they’re not. But I think Saskatchewan is making a statement. We are getting recognized throughout Canada and that excites me and I’m pleased with that,” said Wock who isn’t surprised that Wall has criticized for his announcement.
“I know who is calling the shots. The drug companies are more powerful, I think, than probably even our prime minister. They have to do what they have to do to keep their jobs.”
Wock initially spoke to The Mercury for a July 21 article in which she talked about having the procedure done in Mexico and the benefits she has seen from it.
Since the initial article published, Wock said she has continued to enjoy more improvements.
“I cannot believe my resistance to heat and I just have so much more energy. When it would get to be hot, I wouldn’t even walk. My taste is coming back, which is really good.
“It’s just subtle things that you didn’t even know were wrong because you lived with them so long. I am starting physio because I have to learn to walk again because my feet still feel so big.”
Wock added that she would also like to thank the community for the incredible support they have shown her and her husband Bob. Since the article came out, Wock has been flooded with calls and well wishes from friends and has also received financial support.
“A lot of people have phoned just to say good luck or that we read the article and it moved us so much. People come up to me and say ‘Beth, it’s so good to see you back again, the spark is back.’”
QUOTE FROM THE EDITORS of THE ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY on CONFLICTS OF INTEREST:
Managing Conflicting Interests in Medical Journal Publishing By Adam F. Stewart, S. Claiborne Johnston, M.D., Ph.D., and Stephen L. Hauser, M.D. December 17, 2008
"As editors, our most inviolable charge is to ensure that the content of our journal is of the highest possible quality, that we always operate in the public’s best interest, and that we never give readers cause to question our independence. Conflicts of interest can appear in many forms, both obvious and subtle. Only by recognizing that conflicts of interest will always exist, that human beings are fallible, and that scientific inquiry is never free from potential bias can we make certain that such conflicts are recognized and managed in a consistent manner and under the full light of disclosure."
Dear Dr. Hauser, Editor of the Annals of Neurology--
Your publication has rather quickly published two studies which claim to replicate the research of Dr. Paolo Zamboni and his discovery of CCSVI. Both studies rendered negative results and received much coverage in the lay press. Yet neither research group contacted Dr. Zamboni regarding his specific testing protocol, nor attempted to utilize the same procedural process in diagnosing CCSVI. The scanning methods and diagnostic criteria employed were different.
We question your independence.
As interested parties-- those actually suffering from MS and the caretakers who love them-- we demand that you immediately
1. PUBLISH some of the many the rebuttals which have been submitted to your journal on the Sundstrom and Doepp studies.
2. DISCLOSE your personal bias towards maintaining MS as an immunological disease.
3. INVITE vascular doctors to publish their findings regarding the correlation of CCSVI and MS.
4. WORK with the hundreds of doctors that are identifying CCSVI in MS patients around the globe.
Only with this transparency can you prove to the world that you are indeed free from bias. We await your response.
CCSVI in MS"
Safemedtrip Achieves Important Landmark of Facilitating over 100 Patients for CCSVI Liberation Treatment in India
Wednesday, 18 August 2010
Here's my letter to Dr. Phil advising that I now know it was not him saying those awful things. It was our "friend" Colin Rose here on Facebook. I un-friended Mr. Rose as his trash talking on posts was just tripe!
"I had written you the other day inquiring about a "quote" I had heard from friends which supposedly came from Dr. Phil. My friend advised me that she was mistaken and we now know the true source of the negative CCSVI/MS comments. Please ignore my last email to you. Thank you, Tessa Rushton"
That's why I didn't attack first - but asked if it were true...
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