cheerleader wrote:He discusses many new topics, including significant reduction of EDSS scores in patients after 3 years of treatment, and open vein surgery in non-responders to venoplasty.
and here's a quick video of my husband Jeff...out in 90 deg. heat in a black wool suit, on the red carpet in Venice. This would have been impossible before venoplasty. Jeff's life has changed, thanks to Dr. Zamboni's research. He continues to heal, no MS progression, no relapses, only improved energy and health, 2 and half years later.
When you started the CCSVI forum here and began informing the MS community about Zamboni, many lives changed, including mine. This was a very helpful, supportive and informative place. It was a pleasure to come here and talk with others who were interested in CCSVI and who were on their way to treatment. I happily learned so much, and was one of the first treated in the US. We all kept up with each other and offered support. It was a special place. CCSVI is a giant piece of the puzzle. it has changed the course of our disease and the course of our lives. There is much to learn, but this is the real breakthrough we have all been hoping for. In time, I hope all of the questions will be answered and MS will be forgotten.
Thank you Jeff and Joan.
Thank you Dr. Zamboni!
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