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CCSVI Video: Conversation with Dr. Dake and Dr. Mehta; Also, Some Shameless Self-Promotion

Posted Feb 03 2011 10:44pm

blog award Okay, first the shameless self-promotion. Wheelchair Kamikaze has been selected as a finalist for's 2010 "Best Patient Blog" award ( click here ). In what must've been some kind of clerical error, WK won the award last year (you can see the 2009 Best Patient Blog badge on the left-hand column of this page, if you scroll down). So, if you find this blog to be worthy of such an honor, I'd appreciate your vote. Medgadget has posted a Best Patient Blog voting page ( click here ), where you can vote for Wheelchair Kamikaze, and see a list of the other finalists. I encourage you to click on the other finalists’ blogs and give them a look. There are some very talented folks contributing really extraordinary work out there…

Now, back to our regularly scheduled programming…

On November 10, 2010 the Albany Vascular Roundtable presented a symposium entitled "CCSVI and Multiple Sclerosis: Connecting the Dots". Some principal members of the CCSVI Alliance ( click here ) were on hand, and they videoed an exclusive interview with two leading CCSVI physicians, Dr. Michael Dake and Dr. Manish Mehta, answering questions about CCSVI in general, and expressing their opinions on the proper way to conduct CCSVI clinical trials. As a member of the CCSVI Alliance's Patient Advisory Board, I was happy to edit the piece together, since way back in my pre-MS existence I actually did such things for a living.

The video is packed with fascinating insights and information, and is must-see material for anybody interested in CCSVI. It runs for about 23 min., and was broken into two parts in order to conform to YouTube's file size limits.

And now, for your viewing pleasure, I present Dr. Michael Dake and Dr. Manish Mehta…

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