I do hope the unfortunate singular pwMS in Dr.Zamboni's latest study get's the best care possible.
And what an opportunity to discover what is different about some of us with MS from others with MS. It is such a variable varied disease. Cheer, I think, suggested that different combinations of venoplasty and/or immune modulators might work for different people. That singular pwMS might need to be on Tysabri but maybe some of the people on Tysabri might just need CCSVI venoplasty.
As much as I admire Dr.Zamboni .... I must not forget that this is a TEAM effort ....... and this latest research effort list's those on that all-star team ...... which include THREE neurologist's ....... Dr.Silvi.... Dr. Zivadov ....Dr.Bianca-Weinstock .......
...... and all those wonderful people Dr.Zamboni has included in his historic discovery - CCSVI-. ...... yet remain nameless.They work quietly in the background.
Stuff like this is why I like you. Completely agree.
btw, typo, it's Dr. Salvi, not Dr. Silvi.
Salvation, not woods.
Dr.Sclafani say's 2 years ......... Mr.Success say's less-than ..........
He previously said one year, now it's gone up to two years, either way there is an August a year or two out from now (or some month in between) in which I expect some serious celebration.
Scorpion and Lyon, y'all are invited too, I think once proven is proven, this will all be bygones.
Now that is something to look forward to, barring incomprehensible negative study results in a large scale well conducted trial.
Cheer, I am terrible at staying on topic, I blame it on the MS because who can remember a train of thought or thread, but I agree that the topic of this thread is the impressive results from Dr. Zivadinov and Dr. Zamboni and their team, particularly with MRI lesion improvements, which is a preliminary finding well worth further research and duplication.