If there is something we can do to stop progression of MS or ease symptoms, it is important to speak out about it. Glen says that the CCSVI venoplasty procedure performed on Annette was the first treatment that helped her. It allowed her to swallow and breathe better. Imagine if her malformed jugular veins could have been treated earlier. She had a 30% occlusion on one side, and no flow with reflux into the brain on the other. That is what CCSVI advocates and researchers are working to understand.
My husband had a reversal of gray matter atrophy after his venoplasty procedure. He also had relief in heat intolerence, fatigue and cognitive fog. This is something copaxone did not acheive for him in the two years he took it prior to his venoplasty. He remains on copaxone, the endothelial health program and keeps moving. We hope his MS will not progress. So far, so good.
That's why Annette's story, and everyone's story, is so important.
Because Annette and Glen do not want others to suffer as she has, and they are going to work for answers through her neurological foundation. http://www.annetteconnection.com/About- ... h-Fund.php