Even Mild Hits to Head Disrupt Blood-Brain Barrier

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Re: Even Mild Hits to Head Disrupt Blood-Brain Barrier

Postby MrSuccess » Fri Mar 15, 2013 3:04 pm

Bonjour Helene , please don't apologise for your ability to converse in english. It certainly is good enough for us to understand. Dr.Zamboni gets his message across quite well in spite of english not being his native tongue. So keep joining in.

In time , MS and CCSVI , and ALL other diseases and conditions , will have every speck of data collected and examined in detail. From there .... a cure or CONTROL will be found.

As never before witnessed ..... we now have the ability to use the age of information to guide us [ or actually narrow the focus ] in the right direction.

I absolutely say in all seriousness ..... that TRAUMA to the head , neck , and spine is the trigger for the development of MS.

The current numericals collected ..... already point towards this.


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Re: Even Mild Hits to Head Disrupt Blood-Brain Barrier

Postby lena-g » Fri Mar 15, 2013 3:52 pm

MrSuccess wrote:Bonjour Helene , please don't apologise for your ability to converse in english. It certainly is good enough for us to understand. Dr.Zamboni gets his message across quite well in spite of english not being his native tongue. So keep joining in.


Thank you, Mr Success! :smile:

In time , MS and CCSVI , and ALL other diseases and conditions , will have every speck of data collected and examined in detail. From there .... a cure or CONTROL will be found.

As never before witnessed ..... we now have the ability to use the age of information to guide us [ or actually narrow the focus ] in the right direction.

I absolutely say in all seriousness ..... that TRAUMA to the head , neck , and spine is the trigger for the development of MS.


I hope!
MS is a "muti-factorial" disease, and I think that these last years (especially since Zamboni and CCSVI), there are really interesting tracks never investigated until this day...
(Because of Big Pharma???)

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