Hello Sharon, thanks to reply.
Dr. Zamboni's work has shown the progression to have stopped over a short 1-2 year time period -- because the research is relatively new, there is no long term data.
On the website you gave me, I've only found one paper talking about MS progression in relation with the liberation procedure:
Rate of relapse in the year subsequent to the endovascular procedure as compared to the rate regestered in the same population in the preceding year. The probability of acut attack decreased more then 4-fold after the endovascular treatment.
But in the graph that follow this comment, titled "Rate of Pre-postoperative Relapse", we see values of 41% Pre and 25% Post. Where is the 4-fold in that? And what do you think is the 41% Pre? 41% of the 33 person had acute relapse in the previous year?
And in this paper, he doesn't seem to have used stants, only ballouning. Is there any newer stats or result? Did I miss something on the Hilarescere fondation website?
I realise that I'm squatting Loobie's topic! Should I ask somewhere else or create a new topic?