Re: Meniere’s Disease Breakthrough? elimination of vertigo in 291 out of 300 patient But Caroline! Dear one! Every doctor you may go to see receives personal gain from you doing so. Yet you go to see them, and you take their advice, and then you go back again, and again, and I expect that you trust them or you wouldn't go. Every car salesman receives personal gain from you buying a car. Yet you buy the car. I could go on. Here, you read my words and you trust them because you believe that I have nothing to gain personally. Well look, Dr. Burcon is telling you the very same message I'm telling you, the very same message. And Dr. Burcon is much more eminently qualified to speak to and administer this treatment than I am, is he not? So let me just suggest to you, and maybe some others, that perhaps sometimes the personal rules and policies that we adopt to justify our own personal health decisions are the very rules and policies that might keep us from getting healthy. And I respectfully disagree with you about the personal gain aspect of this where I am concerned. Every time someone takes my advice, and by doing so that advice helps to remedy their symptoms, I receive personal gain. It feels really good, something more valuable than any money, something money cannot buy. So indeed, I think I speak for JOH and Larry and Papa and anyone who has come here volunteering what they know that ends up helping someone, we do receive personal benefit from doing so. If we did not, I expect that we would not do it. And regarding Dr. Burcon, he is not immune from feeling good from helping people either. And I have personal knowledge of Dr. Burcon taking cases from right here at menieres.org, and doing so free of charge. And since you trust what I say because I have nothing to gain personally from saying it, you can also trust me when I tell you that.