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After a lot of inital convincing and evidence showing, my Cardiovascular Professor is in!! he has Zamboni coming over (after his return from the U.S) to teach the techniques the dept needs to be able to test and treat CCSVI.
He is based in London.
As soon as he is ready to start treating/testing I will let you know who he is.
He may well out himself before then:)
Its gonna happen here now UKers!!!! He is one of the top Professors in the UK!!
I saw him privately but he does see patients on the NHS.
Superb, UK rocks....Am also still very excited about a meeting with a IR here in Munich mid of April...we will see how far we get and if we ( or better my husband) will be able to get all necesaary tests done...will also keep everbody updated subject to the agreemnt of the doctor.
I think like with the Glasgow clinic I am sure the testing will come first and the treating will come later so I would still go to Poland.
I have no idea how long it will take for them to start treating but first they have to train to recognise CCSVI, then test, then treat. (so could still be a while, or they might treat straight away....who knows)
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