from: first post in:Rusty had an interesting take on the matter of iron deposition, saying that he didn't think it was being deposited by the reflux of blood itself. He believed that if CCSVI it was indeed responsible for the iron deposition being found in MS brains, it was because the reflux of deoxygenated blood was leading to the death of oligodendrocytes, which in turn were releasing iron into the brain.
most of my damage is in the grey matter part of brain, would
it be possible to learn of the research lab or researcher work
you referenced? - possibly they have some older papers?
thanks kindly and good for you on all your fundraising efforts -
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