I mentioned that an friend that I met in Poland, was in really rough shape MS wise
Neuro had thrown up his hands in dismay and said the only thing they could offer was to put him in a Chemo treatment study.
His Mom (got to love moms) Hustled him over to Poland and got him into study.
They got in and opened up one of his jugulars. It had been squeezed shut, exactly where he had been hit playing sports.
I saw him last night and he is DOING GREAT, Lots of colour, improving every day. He is working out and coming around nicely.
This in itself is proof that CCSVI is a major component, if not THE major component of the MS puzzle.
And it's indication, that in a small percentage of cases, the venous disorder is due to trauma. However, I suspect the majority of "MS" cases its congenital in origin.