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Thanks, Bluebird and others . I feel welcome here.
I finished reading the Selfish Pig's Guide to Caring. It was probably the best book on caring that I have read yet. I was published in the UK.
<t>I guess we will just have to be patient and hope that something emerges from the horizon. We have had to be patient for the past 35 years. We will just have to wait. There is always hope. We will never abandon that.<br/> <br/> As for ms treatments, we have read about some pretty unusual treatment...
The message posted above is directed to Charles47. Thank you again.
<t>Thank you for your response. Yes, I was afraid of the medical community not supporting this new theory. Your information is most appreciated. Many doctors here feel the same way, particularly Dr. Timothy Vollmer from Yale who agrees with Dr. Compton. <br/> <br/> I am always looking for some form ...
<t>I think I am qualified to be on this site as I am a full time carer and have been one for over 35 years. I will consider the source when being asked to go elsewhere. In the meantime, I have been taught to respect those who are not prone to vomiting and bigotry to do the asking. At least they will...
<t>As for the credibility of CCSVI, go to the MS Society in the UK and see the millions they are devoting to such research. While you're at it, check the Canadian MS Society and the MS Society in the US. All are supporting the CCSVI (Cervical Cerebrospinal Venous Intervention). The procedure to open...
<t>Excalibur, it's good to have a watchdog, such as yourself, on this site. I agree that we in the US regularly get bombarded with spam, porno and the like. It bothers me most since I am a retired high school principal. I retired in 2003 at a time when kids were becoming vicious toward each other on...
<t>Thanks, John, for your support. I have learned from many friends, especially in Canada, that they are traveling to Poland, Italy and Belgium to have the operation to transplant leg veins into the place of neck veins as a means to "cure" ms. So far the results are sketchy, yet the MS Societies of ...
<t>I respect your being wary, Excalibir. Believe me, I am in no position to receive any commission for my inquiry. It's just that my wife is just about bedridden due to ms and she is convinced that the CCSVI approach to ms is so novel that it may be her only hope. She has had the disease for over 35...
Has anybody had the "liberation procedure" to help with ms symptoms? Is it available in the UK? Is it covered by health care?
Many thanks, in advance.
Gary