Cece wrote:...capillaries' endothelium across which the glucose must be transported into the brain can be affected by the conditions caused by the outflow obstructions and this can reduce the transfer of glucose to the brain. But this is hypothetical.
I don't think it's hypothetical when Dr. Zivadinov found in CCSVI patients a shortage of capillaries altogether. They might have died of glucose starvation, or low oxygen, or both. They're definitely gone.
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