thornyrose76 wrote:Sorry, but the before and after evidence now viewable on online are very telling. Yes, this does not work for all but yes, for SOME it does.
DUH there needs to b proper clinical research. So, ok, do it, and look it is being done.
However for those suffering NOW take your chances and get it DONE, bc u never know it might work for you.
codefellow wrote:....actually, I think the question about iron is a good one.
Why don't the excess iron deposits show up on an MRI?
(I would ask in Dr. Sclafani's thread, but my question would get lost in there.)
“For sure we would all love it to be true, it would be great to have a new treatment for multiple sclerosis, but there are a whole bunch of problems.”
One of the problems with the theory that multiple sclerosis is connected to blocked veins is that narrowed veins in the brain can cause strokes. But the part of the brain affected by strokes is not the same part affected by MS, Spence said.
In addition, many MS lesions are found in the spinal cord, not in the brain, so the narrowing of veins in the brain is not going to cause those lesions, he said.
“The theory is implausible because it doesn’t bear any relationship to what we already know about these things,” he said. “Everything we know about MS so far indicates it is an inflammatory condition.”
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