CCSVI Alliance Dr. Zamboni also stressed the importance of investigating the lumbar venous system, since PPMS and more progressive forms of MS are related to loss of blood flow to the spinal column. This is an area which needs more research.
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I began investigating a link between the vertebral veins and neurodegenerative diseases around 1984. I published my first paper in 1988. I don't see how the lumbar veins can cause the signs and symptoms similar to myelopathy such as those seen in cases like yours. The problem is more likely due venous hypertension in the cervical and thoracic veins that cause ischemic degeneration of the cord. Venous hypertension may also cause myelopathy in certain cases. There are other arterial causes of degeneration of the cord related to the upper cervical and the lower spine but that's another story I will save for later.
Robnl wrote: ... So what dr. Zamboni asks you already investigated?
you should send him your papers...
As I mention in my book, I do believe other intelligent life forms (aliens) visited this planet. The Great Pyramid of Giza and the Nazca lines a prime examples of evidence. In fact, there is tons of evidence in the forms of huge perfectly carved and perfectly placed stones all over the world that could not have been done by our ancestors who were primitive hunter gathers at the time without proper tools to chisel or move the stones.
NZer1 wrote: ... Humans are the great imitators and it makes me wonder which is the original skull shape and which is the modified assuming betterment?
Have we humans copied another life form, whether each originated on this planet or not? ...
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