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Saturday, August 10, 2013 6:30 PM | CCSVI in Multiple Sclerosis Volg link
From Judy, regarding this news story on the dismissal of her complaint:
"This is my comment: Had I been able to connect with Mr. Butler in time for an interview, I would have explained that there was a problem with the Buffalo study, and patients veins were not actually opened. Also, Mr. Aterman, in his evaluation, did not note that I argued that clinical trials for angioplasties were never subjected to any of the other conditions for which they are done. He did not mention that I argued that surgical procedures are not appropriate subjects for experimentation. He did not mention that the Ontario Case Costing Initiative (OCCI) totals all angioplasties (arterial and venous) together, as if they are of similar importance."
THANK YOU, Judy Butcher--for your time and energy in speaking out.

Tribunal dismissed complaint against OHIP by MS patient
The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal has dismissed an application by Judy Butcher, an Eastern Ontario woman who claimed the Ontario government discriminated against her by refusing to pay for a controversial treatment she received for multiple sclerosis in Egypt.