Has Dr. Zamboni released ANY updates recently about his original patients?? I am just wondering how the 73% of people who were FREE from MS symptoms two years after surgery are doing now. I have a suggestion!!! How about Dr. Zamboni asks his original patients if they would be interested in getting together for a reunion(I guess it is about 3-4 years since their surgery?) and show the rest of the world how the groups progression of MS has differed from our progression(those who did not get the procedure). I would assume most of his original patients would be happy to share with the rest of us the improvements they have experienced since their procedure. Just a simple reunion but if that is not possible a simple update would be nice...
while he hasnt published it yet, he has shared with his colleagues, as he does, followup outcomes showing improvements continuing after 2nd and 3rd angioplasties.
but we will have to wait for his publications which he h as always done
. Second and third angioplasties? I am the first to admit that I do not keep up with the latest CCSVI news but is getting numerous angioplasty procedures becoming common? I look forward to seeing and hearing Zamboni's data and the way in which he compiled and analyzed it. One thing I keep coming across is people claiming any improvement or even "lack of progression" is due to the procedure itself. Remember MS symptoms come and they go in many people so without long term follow up no one can determine if the procedure was responsible for the lack of progression/improvements or if it was just the natural course of a patients MS.
Wobbly the statement you made confuses me. If you were "liberated" and nothing changed why would you want to go through it again?