Neurologist coming around?

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Neurologist coming around?

Postby Rokkit » Thu Mar 03, 2011 8:47 am

Balloon venoplasty alleviates MS symptoms in some patients
http://tinyurl.com/495dxsp

Neurologist Mark Cascione, medical director of the South Tampa Multiple Sclerosis Center, was skeptical of CCSVI, but does not discourage patients.

"I am now more on the fence about it," he said. "Is it intriguing? Absolutely. But whether this procedure slows down their MS or addresses the cause of MS, we don't know."
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Postby cheerleader » Thu Mar 03, 2011 9:50 am

This press was initiated by the participants of the CCSVI Alliance Walk and Roll fundraiser, to be held this weekend in Tampa-- There is still room for the free educational seminar this Friday night. Should be lots of fun--

http://walkandrolltampa2011.ccsvi.org/
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