Back to the science...
I once read that Dr. Zamboni said there would be 10,000 studies over the next ten years, and I bet he's right. Venous insufficiency will probably touch upon many areas that we can't imagine right now. My PCP's cousin has MS -- who was the first US MS patient to have a bone marrow transplant in Israel ($250,000) -- and my PCP was scribbling so fast when I was telling him about May-Thurner and using the left femoral vein. 10,000 studies.
Edited to include this paragraph that somehow disappeared the first time:
My neuro-ophthalmologist said vision could be a huge area for VI study. He said other MS symptoms in the head and neck, such as hearing, balance, vertigo, swallowing, neck movement, taste, and smell, might all be helped. He wondered if Albany Medical Center might be studying more than just CCSVI; when I asked him for examples, he said he had no idea. I'll follow up with him on my follow-up with him.
Sheesh. I keep losing text!
Have any women here tried Viagra? A question for my PCP. I'd try it if my PCP recommended it because I trust my doctor, and besides, it sounds somewhat lame compared to Novantrone and Tysabri.