On her website, Eva has also written some commentary concerning the CCSVI theory: http://www.evamarsh.net/LiberationProcedureCommentary.htm. It looks as though I'm going to have to buy myself some Ukrainian Christmas presents: Eva's and Dr. Flanagan's books. If any of my readers have already started researching either of these, perhaps you could provide me (and my other readers) with a book review from the point of view of a person with MS.
Dear Ted RobakI read this article sharing your experience and quoting your comments with great interest.
My symptoms began 58 years ago the summer I was 8 years old, and were dismissed as just my imagination, but paralysis from the neck down in 1967 led to quick diagnosis and I was told to get my affairs in order, I didn't have long.
However, what I found in research then and in the years since, tells a different story and I have used this information to recover from all the damage of 11 bouts of paralysis, all described in my book, Black Patent Shoes Dancing With MS, copyright 1989.
I invite you to scan my website www.evamarsh.net with Zamboni commentary that I posted after spending the summer doing an in depth literature review. A huge body of research has been done and ignored for the past 100 years.
Happy New YearEva Marsh
Sunday, January 2, 2011
I also received this e-mail today: