MrSuccess wrote:let's see ...... the NMSS reports that they plan to report every 6 months instead of once a year . As wonderful as it sounds ...... today's information is a repeat .
Am I missing something here ?
Where is the BIG news ?
..... a puzzled ....
Meanwhile in Buffalo, Zivadinov says his research on CCSVI already shows a clear picture emerging.
"CCSVI is not the cause of MS but might be a consequence or a contributing factor to progression, and I think that has to be studied," Zivadinov says.
Studying how the vascular system is involved in neurologic disease is an entirely new concept, Zivadinov says. One that may have an impact beyond any single disease.
"What professor Zamboni discovered in terms of veins is something much bigger than multiple sclerosis," Zivadinov says. "We need to understand the role of the venous system in the pathology of central nervous diseases and aging."
Zamboni himself says that even if it turns out he's wrong, coming to a greater understanding of the disease would be the big reward — both for him and thousands of MS patients.
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