London 2012 Marathon Results

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We all completed the race:
  1. Adam Paterson – 4:13
  2. Alison Thomson – 3:54
  3. Cheryl Giovannoni – 5:32
  4. Gavin Giovannoni – 3:24
  5. Katie McGivern – 5:32
  6. Roison McGivern – 5:32
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7 thoughts on “London 2012 Marathon Results”

  1. I'm so impressed by the three 5.32 times, because it must have been a heroic effort. Thanks to everybody and especially to Mrs G and the McGiverns.

  2. Professor, a completed marathon is an outstanding achievement. It is a fight against pain, against all body messages that urge you to stop running.But i think you could offer more services to patients by doing something equally difficult but in other terms.Therefore, i propose that you pay a visit to one of the most experienced interventional radiologists working on CCSVI. Ask him to perform in front of you and explain the whole rationale of an interventional procedure. Ask him to allow you examine yourself a patient before and after the procedure. Draw your own conclusions and evaluate them with your own experience. Then share it with your readers. I'm sure they would find it valuable.

  3. I see it now MouseDoc roving reporter………Brian Cox eat your heart outProf G as Montel Willaims investigative reporer sounds a better idea. I would be good to do exposee like the panorama and stem cell clnics Would a peddling IR allow someone into watch? So then you go respected IR. Aren't they doing trials? However the media is the wrong way to be finding out about treatments.We don't need to go over the rationale again.However what makes you think he (Prof G) has not got people in his clinics who have had CCSVI and he has seen them before and after.If cured he would not be seeing them again is that it?

  4. MD, i am talking about collaboration between doctors to the patients benefit.If professor is not willing to answer, so be it. But there are IRs who are seeking a communication path with neurologists.

  5. Name, names …..of the IRs who cannot find a neurologist to talk to…. re a communication path maybe telephone or email a good startHowever at the end of the day the trials, rather that neurologist advocates, will make the difference. If the effects are so clear then the answer will be easy to see.It is a bit rich you demanding answers, when you dodge those made of you.

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