oreo wrote:To date I have not heard any evidence that the vascular community sees that there is a definitive problem with jugular stenosis.
A consensus conference on venous malformations – headed by Prof. Byung B Lee from Georgetown and experts from 47 countries – studied the evidence and unanimously voted in favor of officially including the stenosing lesions found in CCSVI in the new Consensus document and Guidelines.
oreo wrote:"Well put and agreed Zeureka! "
Actually Norm, not very well put at all.
A small anatomy / physiology lesson. Oxygen is supplied to the brain the same way it is supplied to the rest of the body (except the lungs) - arterial blood supply. The jugular vein is a drain, not a supply.
Also, if the entire brain does not receive enough oxygen on a continual basis. the standard result is, in order: coma, permanent vegitative state, death. I'm not seeing a lot of that in the MS community...
markus77 wrote:... there has already been at least 4 studies already done confirming the relationship. Italy, Buffalo, Poland, Mcmasters. ...
foreignlesion wrote:Any legal action would not only be futile, as Health Canada would easily show that they are proceeding with due diligence, but it could also be very counter productive.
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