MarkW wrote:MS is a very complex disease otherwise there would be a complete cure by now. I hope that CCSVI treatment will stop progression but I think it improbable that the immune system will correct itself immediately. So a possible picture is have CCSVI treatment after diagnosis. Then checkups to confirm it is still OK, every year or so. Plus drugs to keep the immune in balance. Remember pwMS still will have genes for MS so don't expect CCSVI to be a cure.
Much more accurate than accepting, as gospel, any posts on this site. This site is heavy reading and slightly biased (towards CCSVI)
cah wrote:Being a system of reaction, I cannot imagine that it one day just says "Hey, let's go crazy" by itself (which would be AUTO). There always must be a reason, a cause to it, may it be environmental or genetical or whatever.
If you take a look at other so-called autoimmune deseases, you find that almost all of them are SUPPOSED to be autoimmune, almost none of them PROVEN to be autoimmune. For every single autoimmune desease exists also another explanation.
mangio wrote:maybe alot of people that have been told they have MS will actually
turn out to be Cardiovascular patients..could it be?
Billmeik wrote:might be interesting to look at what goes out the windows if ccsvi is true. Autoimmunity? gone. Complex disease? gone. What we have is a complex reaction to a simple problem. Everything is just a reaction to that problem.
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