Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Enough circumstantial evidence?

While prosecutors would always like conclusive evidence, they are quite willing to go to trial if there is enough circumstantial evidence.  Given all the evidence we are seeing with respect to the relief of symptoms seen by people who have been "liberated", isn't it time for us to go to trial or, in this case, clinical trials?  Come on, medical professionals and governments, get your acts together and start doing your jobs!

1 comment:

  1. I could not agree with you more! Canada should be at the forefront of research, diagnosis and treatment where CCSVI in MS is concerned given the high rates of MS in this country. It is now 2011 and we still do not even have a clinical trial in the works. This is beyond unacceptable at this point.