So, Dr. Diana Driscoll has published the long-awaited part 2 of her theory. I know she has been working like a crazy woman on it, even through some serious health issues. I have such an appreciation for her and her dedication to piecing together the puzzle that is EDS.
The document is in the form of an e-book and is designed for the Kindle – although you can download it on your PC. Dr. D has a video on her website that details the steps to take to download it to your computer, if you do not have a Kindle. It does take a few steps but it is worth the effort and is pretty easy. And if I, who is technologically challenged, can figure it out – so can you! In a few days, it will cost 99 cents to download it but for now it is free. I think I am going to wait a few days and pay to download it on my daughter’s Kindle (if I can persuade her to let me), in addition to having it on my PC. It is the least I can do to help support Dr. D’s research.
I have only given it a brief read-through this afternoon, but I think the information about mast cells, CCSVI and vasal nerve compression are quite fascinating. And, as usual with Dr. D’s work, is right on target with what EDS patients are living with day to day. I am eagerly awaiting the day when this information is widely accepted by the majority of doctors who treat EDS patients – heck, I would be happy if just a minority of doctors accepted it!
Dr. D – thank you for all you do and for every moment you pour into teasing apart the mysteries of EDS! Bless you!