Saturday, 2 October 2010

One Week on

It sees almost incredible that it is just over a week since I had my treatment. We've just been for a walk in the woods behind our house. The trees have grown so much in two years, since I was last able to go there. It is a beautiful, sunny, autumn day, the leaves on the trees just beginning to take on their golds and reds. The town fair starts this weekend and bonfire night is not that far away.  I was made a great aunt for the third time while we flew back from Poland. So much has happened this year.

Two of my friends are now booked to go to Bulgaria for the treatment within the next few weeks. I hope they get some of the benefit I have.

It is interesting to see how the CCSVI idea is spreading around the world. Reading some of the responses,both positive and negative, I have been reminded of this quotation from Arthur C Clarke:
 Every revolutionary idea seems to evoke three stages of reaction. They may be summed up by the phrases: 1- It's completely impossible. 2- It's possible, but it's not worth doing. 3- I said it was a good idea all along.
Roll on stage 3.


  1. hi sue,

    i read your blogs and applaud your courage and strength. i too am a pharmacist and i too have ms. it's left me unable to work for almost 2 years and i am very encouraged to see your results. i will eventually be liberated and i hope that i benefit as much as you already have. keep blogging!
    steve white (

  2. Thanks Steve, glad you are enjoying what I write. I hope you are able to get the procedure soon and benefit from it.