I think so too...the CCSVI umbrella right now covers MS patients, CIS, optic neuritis, pars planitis, TM, CF, and thyroid sufferers, IMO. With some potential analagous benefit to Parkinson's, which may have a different sort of arterial/vascular problem.
(This is all speculation but what if CF (chronic fatigue) sufferers are the flip side of MS? MS is linked to genetic abnormalities in the HLA/immune genes and in the vascular formation genes. I am wondering if someone with chronic fatigue has just half of that equation: the genetic tendency toward vascular malformations, without the tendency to have the immune system have a strong reaction.)
The thyroid is highly vascular and it's right in the danger zone where the blood flow is wacky from CCSVI!
"However, the truth in science ultimately emerges, although sometimes it takes a very long time," Arthur Silverstein, Autoimmunity: A History of the Early Struggle for Recognition