Thank you both for your posts, it's healthy an necessary to be asking questions like this.
Many will give storys of improvement after recieving the liberation procedure, and many more will report positive findings of stenosis after being tested, but the problem with this, from the scientific perspective, is just what Lyon has stated about Zamboni's researchers finding exactly the results they're looking for:
Due to the type of study, not only is it suspect that Zamboni found the numbers of MSers with occlusion he claims but his numbers regarding the people not having MS are especially suspect because a negative finding is what the researcher wants and is so easy for a researcher wanting that result to to accept that negative result without further investigation.
And if the bais of an unblinded researcher would have the potential to produce favorable results, the potential of an unblinded patient to give favorable results when they desparately want to be cured, would be that much stronger.
I am very hopeful for the prospects of CCVIS being a great breakthrough for MS, as much of it does seem to make sense, more than most MS theories do. We just need to remember what makes sense doesn't always turn out to be the answer every time, and this is why we must continue to keep our minds open.