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Open Door - MS

Television (Full Length Episode) – 2010

noelle mc ginley
noelle mc ginley
25 Aug 2010 - 05.36am
i myself have ms i am diagnoised two years and its nice to see the positive attitude of the people in the video.
23 Jul 2010 - 09.10am
Hi Malcolm. Sorry to hear you're having problems. I'm not sure why you couldn't get clip 3 - it just played fine for me. Can I suggest you try again, or perhaps change the resolution - select the LO version from the switch just below the player.
Stuart Schlossman
Stuart Schlossman
23 Jul 2010 - 06.19am
I look forward to posting this information to my MS Blog - http://wwwmsviewsandrelatednews.blogspot.com/ and onto my website www.msviewsandnews.org -

Meanwhile, If you know anybody with, or affected by Multiple Sclerosis (MS), please ask them to register at my website: http://www.register.msviewsandnews.org
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thank you
23 Jul 2010 - 04.52am
Regretably I couldn't get Pt 3 of the story: very interesting portrayal of life with MS but it seemed too much like an MS Society propoganda piece to me: no mention of CVhronic CerebroSpinal Venous Insufficiency but perhaps that was in Pt 3 along with the input from the International MS Specialist.
To anyone / everyone with MS in New Zealand, please learn all you can about CCSVI, extremely good web site is thisisms.com where you can learn so much, then ask your MS Society to get behind this potential treatment.
Declan Groeger
Declan Groeger
23 Jul 2010 - 04.51am
Hi Brenda
Thanks for your help. Such a dud that I didn't spot it myself
22 Jul 2010 - 11.12pm
Hi Declan
You can see all the clips - use the clip selector to the right of the player, or select "next video" when this one finishes. The whole episode is here.
Declan Groeger
Declan Groeger
22 Jul 2010 - 11.04pm
It was nice/informative to watch the clip. I experienced all of those emotions before, during and after diagnosis. I hope you will show the other clips soon. I am diagnosed over 20 years and life is still good.
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