The doctors also describe the case of an older woman with multiple sclerosis who travelled to India to get the "liberation treatment" for CCSVI. She too was found with NDM-1 expressing bacteria in her urine, this time called Providencia Rettgeri. But again, the bacteria were not causing symptoms so she was not treated for the infection.
NDM-1 is not a bug as such, but a newly discovered enzyme produced by bacteria that turns the organisms into superbugs that can resist almost all standard antibiotics.
Reason one not to get treated for CCSVI in India: there are closer facilities in the US or Europe now treating CCSVI.
Reason two: superbug bacteria.
I notice that she was not treated for her CCSVI in Canada and she was not treated for her superbug infection...oh, Canada, so very good at not treating!
(no offense meant to Canada or Canadians)