CCSVI Information, A Major Breakthrough In Medicine

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CCSVI Information, A Major Breakthrough In Medicine

Postby erinc14 » Wed Jul 21, 2010 11:47 am

Quote from Gianfranco Campalani (sent to Dr Tom Gilhooly in February 2010)

" I am 64 and I was diagnosed with MS in 1986. I have being working full-time as a consultant cardiac surgeon in Belfast for the last 17 years. I met Dr Zamboni in my home town of Ferrara over three years ago and, following a Doppler study, I underwent angioplasty of both jugular veins by his team with significant improvement of my condition. Last Summer I noticed a slight deterioration and a Doppler study in Ferrara revealed re-occurrence of the narrowing of the jugular veins. I underwent a second liberation procedure in Belfast last October, with consequent improvement. For the last three years I have been campaigning in favour of the theory of CCSVI amongst colleagues in my hospital with no avail. I believe that the medical establishment has to wait for further evidence to be produced before accepting this new and revolutionary approach to the understanding and the treatment of MS".

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Postby IHateMS » Wed Jul 21, 2010 1:22 pm

thanks for posting
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