A forum to discuss Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency and its relationship to Multiple Sclerosis.


Postby strayinma » Tue Dec 01, 2009 7:41 am

Gang, I was thinking about Dr. Zamboni's call to action to patients: bring CCSVI to doctors.

Cheerleader built the #1 essential resource for patient education on CCSVI.

Any interest in a central spot to keep abreast of current conversations? At least another molecule to pin to the CCSVI nook on the web. (link popularity)

I registered a domain for kicks, to see what might happen if I rope in the web's resources:


Site is under development - shared only with you guys for now.

Social/viral network (isolated or login with facebook) connected with Twitter and News API. Blog. Find a Physician section, Ratings Reviews. My lifeblood is the internet. I'm a geek by trade (product mgmt, site exposure / branding / driving traffic / site monetization.)

I would love to know what you would want to see here. Thanks in advance for any help throwing ideas at my brick wall :)
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