Lyon wrote:This is going to sound and be taken as nasty, inflammatory or intentionally argumentative but honestly isn't intended that way, therefore the following is all I have to say on the matter so that this doesn't end up being another locked thread.Cece wrote: Lyon, did you have a chance to read what I posted recently about permissive lesions? Option #4 is that the abnormal veins tip people over into having MS when a secondary factor is involved (a multitude of abnormal veins? a hyperactive immune system?). Treatment is to treat the permissive lesion(s).
Considering that Zamboni first proposed CCSVI as a factor in MS, before CCSVI became a point of consideration it should have first been convincingly shown that people with MS more have venous obstructions more often and more seriously than "normals" and to date that still waits to be shown.
Considering that most basic and necessary factor remains to be proven I can't justify spending any more time on reading, consideration or arguing how something that might not even exists, works.
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