Aglukkaq said if the studies show a clear link between Dr. Zamboni's theory and MS, then pan-Canadian trials involving the surgical procedure will be started quickly.
PCakes wrote:Aglukkaq said if the studies show a clear link between Dr. Zamboni's theory and MS, then pan-Canadian trials involving the surgical procedure will be started quickly.
hmm..based on this logic and given that CCSVI is a unique condition recognised by the International uni0n of Phlebology (IUP) http://csvi-ms.net/en/content/consensus ... y-iup-2009 .. from this day forward no clinical trials should proceed without proof that the condition in question is linked to MS?? ...just sayin'
1eye wrote:Who the hell cares what other disease or non-disease it is linked to, CCSVI is bad enough by its own self, and should be treated based upon the merit of the argument that humans have internal jugular veins and azygous veins for very good reasons. Blocks in major veins or valves in them are a major problem.
In most series, venous stenting carries no risk of death, pulmonary embolism, or major bleeding. Acute iliac vein rethrombosis
PCakes wrote:exactly!! ..apparently our feet are more important than our brains.
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