Which study are they talking about? size? blinding? who? Design? etc etcGoogle Italian to English translation wrote:The correlation between the two diseases in Italy is a study whose results, explain the association, are expected at the end of next year.
The cerebrospinal chronic venous insufficiency, "is recognized as a disease"
The Association CCSVI in multiple sclerosis - Onlus "asks guidelines for diagnosis and therapy. Tobacco: "The State shall take responsibility to implement what the scientific community in the world has crossed"
ROME - The cerebrospinal chronic venous insufficiency (CCSVI) is recognized in Italy as a disease in itself that can be quickly drawn up guidelines to be able to diagnose and treat beyond its correlation with multiple sclerosis. This is called the association "CCSVI in multiple sclerosis - Onlus" the Ministry of Health in a just concluded meeting between representatives of the association and Albert Zangrilli, president of the second section to the Board of Health in the same ministry. "While science makes its way to validate the correlation between MS and CCSVI - Tobacco said - as, we ask that, since the Ccsvi has already been validated by the scientific world as it has been validated his therapy, the state will face load to implement what the scientific community worldwide has already validated and to draw up guidelines with respect to this disease occur until the science correlation.
Found in several trials around the world in people with multiple sclerosis, CCSVI is a disease that affects the cervical and thoracic veins that because dell'inspessimento anomalous venous walls, remove inefficient blood from the central nervous system. The correlation between the two diseases in Italy is a study whose results, explain the association, are expected at the end of next year. "Today's meeting went very well - added Tobacco - The Ministry has taken note of our request." The timing, however, there are still some news. "On this we had no indications, but the ministry made us know that it will mobilize more quickly." (Ga)
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