Greetings from Poland (details on Zamboni's treatment in PL)

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Greetings from Poland (details on Zamboni's treatment in PL)

Postby ianislavus » Wed Feb 10, 2010 2:26 am

Hello all:

I am Janek. I'm 27. I'm Polish. Livin about 80 km from Katowice.
1.) I am not MS victim
2.) I am not MS expert

I found our about Zamboni's experiments and was pretty surprised it seems to work so fine. I told myself that perhaps I can help/contribute somehow. Who knows? I could get sick too.

If you'd like some help in Poland, translation, etc. Let me know.

I told about Zamboni's stuff to all my friends and I found out some of them have close relatives, who have MS. One of my friends started to investigate immediately and she found out about clinic in Poland and conditions of having this "surgery" done.

Here's what I found out:
1.) Unfortunately all possible dates for having veins repaired are booked in clinic till the beggining of 2011.
2.) Cost of whole treatment is about 12000 PLN (it's about 4000$).
3.) You should have with yourself following tests results (I suppose it's cheaper to make it all here, especially as it has some validity period):
- magnetic resonance
- "Doppler's medical examination" (not sure, what is this)
- optician medical examination

Good luck!!!

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Postby Johnson » Wed Feb 10, 2010 2:32 am

Thank you so much for posting, Janek. That is heart-warming and very generous of you.
My name is not really Johnson. MSed up since 1993
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Postby costumenastional » Wed Feb 10, 2010 5:57 am

Thank you for trying to help.
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Postby HappyPoet » Wed Feb 10, 2010 6:33 am


Wow! You're a terrific guy and are a wonderful ambassador for Poland -- your English is very good!

My husband was born in Poland (his name is Bronislaw - Bronic, for short) and moved with his immediate family to the United States forty years ago when he was ten years old. He still has lots of cousins throughout Poland that his family here keeps in close contact with.

Since his Polish is still good (spoken only, not reading/writing), we considered going to Poland for the testing and treatment, but we were lucky enough to find the testing and treatment here in New York state.

You're a very generous person and truly are a wonderful ambassador for your country.

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