Please copy, the following, and paste to all the links supplied in my previous post... Nancy's last name would be great and if i've made any erroneous statements please let me know...
- Nancy is a 32 year young woman needing our help.
11 months ago Nancy was admitted to the Vancouver General Hospital to give birth to her first child, a baby girl. Nancy is still in the hospital today. She is not at home with her daughter. Nancy has multiple sclerosis and the strain of childbirth triggered a devastating chain of events spiraling her condition downwards.
Doctors have administered all forms of medication, including chemotherapy, over this time. Nothing is helping and her condition continues to decline.
As you may be aware, Dr. Paolo Zamboni's MS research recently uncovered the Chronic Cerebro-spinal Venous Insufficiency or 'CCSVI' theory. http://www.fondazionehilarescere.org/eng/index.html
Simply, for various reasons, blood flow exiting the brain and spine through the jugular and azygous veins is obstucted resulting in reflux back into these areas and the deposition of blood byproducts hypothetically triggering the autoimmune system and damage to the central nervous system.
Vascular ties to multiple sclerosis go back more than 100 years. Recent advancements in imaging technology have allowed deeper analysis and uncovered very promising results.
The diagnosis of CCSVI is a non-invasive Doppler ultrasound. The treatment is venous angioplasty.
Our Canadian Healthcare System is denying people with MS access to this diagnosis and treatment, even through private clinics, calling for more research.
In many cases, and this is the case for Nancy, this might be the last hope.
Please take the time to learn, you won't be sorry, and consider sharing Nancy's story, and many more like her, with the world.
All avenues should be taken to save Nancy's life. There's a little girl out there who needs her mommy.