St. Anna Hospital of Ferrara, in collaboration with the Bellaria in Bologna, was developed a treatment protocol targeting the sick with multiple sclerosis infected with "cerebro spinal chronic venous insufficiency (CCSVI), and such treatment would demonstrated an unquestionable improvement of these patients: moving from here the question raised by Enrico Aimi - the group An-Pdl - Denouncing the fact that by the end of September the Sant'Anna di Ferrara can no longer exercise the Protocol, for reasons now mysterious, "leaving in despair, the sick and their families."
This treatment protocol, said the adviser, is divided into a series of steps that are aimed at removing the causes of disability such as CCSVI disease, restoring function to patients already lost. Aimi asked if the council agrees that this protocol from the scientific evidence so incontrovertible evidence regarding the effectiveness of the intervention, or the grounds on which the State does not recognize the scientific validity of the Montreal Protocol, arriving not to allow the Hospital Sant 'Anna continued diagnosis and treatment.
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