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Postby costumenastional » Thu Jul 15, 2010 11:32 pm

A patient wrote:
"Today i`ve spoken with Ivo Petrov and dr Grozdinski about the results of angioplasty . Ivo Petrov is very big optimist and he said that even his expectations are exceeded repeatedly . The unofficial (i repeat the unofficial ) conclusion is that when evaluation of EDSS is not more than 2.5 the recovery in almost all of the cases is 100% (I mean that entirely eliminated MS symptoms) .The results of angioplasty of Tokuda Hospital will be officially announced at the international conference in late september or early october this year .
But there is improvement even in people with more than 2.5 - I can personally testify for this . Now i`m with 1 point of Kurtzke scale better than before the procedure ."

Well, i can not personally testify for 100% recovery of course and i am not over 2 on the EDSS scale. I hope when the Bulgarians announce their results they will be totally honest whatsoever and that this patient is simply over reacting. I feel better alright but there is a big difference between that and total recovery. Just keep an eye for over enthusiasts.
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Postby laura383 » Fri Jul 16, 2010 1:10 pm

Well, this makes sense though. The ones with videos on youtube who get all the way better right away tend to be the ones who start out with less disablily.
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Postby sanfran » Fri Jul 16, 2010 7:32 pm

I wonder what the results are for people with an EDSS score of 5? I'm hoping for any good results no matter how small.
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