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Re: Lets play with numbers.

Posted by SLS on May 4, 2018, at 11:25:11

In reply to Re: Lets play with numbers. SLS, posted by bleauberry on May 4, 2018, at 8:37:46

> > My doctor happens to be Robert C. Bransfield, MD. Let that sink in.

> Never heard the name.

You really ought to read what you post.

> I like the names of doctors who take 20+ year treatment resistant depression patients and hand them remission.

He qualifies, then. You would like his name.

> I don't care what their name is or what their credentials are or how many research projects they've done or how many books they've written or how many patients they've treated or how many world class institutions they have worked in.

This is really sad.

You can't possibly know the contributions to science and success rates of all the people you just denegrated.

> I only care that they can deliver results.

I guess you feel that you are unique in this regard?

> I have some favorite names that do that. Bransfield is not one of them.

How could he possibly be a favorite of yours if you never heard the name? You don't frequent the ILADS site? He was the president there for awhile. I don't understand why you would dismiss him so quickly when you don't know anything about him. It would shock the hell out of you to learn just how little your opinions of doctors means to me.

> While he has a reputation of dealing with psychiatry and lyme,

You finally got around to using Google?

> he has not done much for you that I can see.

I wouldn't expect that you could see that far. Besides, my house is surrounded by trees.

> He has not delivered you remission or even anything close to it.

It took you long enough to play that card. You are quite presumptuous. Remember, you can't see that far, so you really don't know how close or how far from remission I have been.

Bleauberry, you are a wealth of knowledge about a great many things. Your numbers just don't work.

- Scott

Some see things as they are and ask why.
I dream of things that never were and ask why not.

- George Bernard Shaw




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