Dr. Zamboni in his letter wrote:"It is simply naive not to think that CCSVI (the narrowing of veins) significantly affects MS and (to) discourage research in the field. Moreover, it is irresponsible to criticize the pilot study on the value of angioplasty, given the fact that the current standard of care for MS is incapable of preventing progression to disability."
Dr. Zamboni in his letter wrote:In a 2008 study, Zamboni reported 90 per cent of MS patients had malformed or blocked veins in the neck that couldn't adequately drain blood from the brain. Zamboni believes a buildup of iron in the brain ensues from this blockage, causing vertigo, fatigue, vision problems and loss of sensation
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