I don't know why you guys EXPECT news to get out on things like this ... MS affects (about) 1 in 1000 people in the US. That's not exactly a big draw of the population - even if you include their immediate family ... it's still only like 1 in 250 - not exactly a big number.
The only way this is going to get out is for you guys to push it ... send links to local news papers, write op-eds, etc.
Before my wife was diagnosed, I knew 1 person with MS, and hadn't seen her since college. I couldn't have told you anything about it either ... my guess is for about 200 of those 250 people I mention not directly impacted by MS ... that's the case. So why would they read about CCSVI?
Come on ... STAND UP FOR YOUR OWN CAUSE ... PUSH IT FORWARD. NOTHING WORTH WHILE EVER HAPPENED WITHOUT A REVOLUTION.
"Never underestimate the power of a small group of committed people to change the world. In fact, it is the only thing that ever has." (Margaret Mead)
This is your chance ... if you don't take it, who is going to? If you sit back and do nothing, are you expecting someone else to? What if they don't?
Write doctors, write newspapers, spread the word ... come on ...