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New hope, albeit with due caution, open to the sick with multiple sclerosis, based on the correlation between malformations of the veins and chronic degenerative disease of the nervous system. A case of healing after a reconstruction of the veins has been reported by Dr. Spagnolo Salvatore, director of the Department of Cardiac Surgery of the Policlinico di Monza, during the ceremony which was held at Palazzo De Nobili.
The case in question concerns a boy of Reggio Calabria, with multiple sclerosis and is now paralyzed, which has regained the use of his legs after surgery to reconstruct the veins function by Dr. Salvatore Spagnolo.
"To see this young man regain movement of his legs was an unforgettable experience for me. " This comment by Dr. Spagnolo who did not let the opportunity pass to emphasize that "this new technique must be confirmed and studied, before we can talk of turning point in the treatment of multiple sclerosis. " Dr. Spagnolo, accompanied by the Chairman of the Committee on Culture and the Deputy Mayor Antonio Alcide Lodari Argirò, the mayor, Rosario Olivo, offered a plate that mimics the emblem of the city. "Salvatore Spagnolo - said the mayor - is one of those who honor our country Calabria in Italy and worldwide. We are proud of him and his human and professional should be an example for all the guys who study medicine. "Antonella Scalzi
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