Well it's awful hard to be sure how the game is going to be played. Nine times out of ten you ccsvi proponents don't want to be bogged down by facts but now it's obvious that when things aren't in favor of the theory of ccsvi the facts suddenly become important. With that in mind, to my awareness Zamboni never said that MS isn't autoimmune and in fact he specifically stated that MS is autoimmune
It's unfortunate that you are arbitrarily classifying me as a CCSVI proponent. From the very beginning, I've stated that I found Zamaboni's theory very interesting but it would take a ton of research to see if it panned out. Please don't infer that I chose not to look at the science because that was never the case.
I also commented from the very first time I saw the interview that it would create a very ugly battle between his theory and our established world of MS medicine. How right I was on that!
At the same time I wasn't surprised by the latter group on how hostile some of them began their attacks on Zamboni. While many medical people raised their eyebrows at such a different approach to MS, some chose to begin looking at the science as opposed to bad mouthing him...ie: Freedman. I criticize those people as much if not more than those who have gone ahead full speed without regard to planning the science required.
As usual, your sarcasm continues to follow you around closely when it comes to CCSVI. Give it a chance....science usually trumps fiction unless you have a great marketing department that can convince people otherwise.