making CCSVI charitable contributions

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Re: making CCSVI charitable contributions

Postby brocktoon » Mon Sep 09, 2013 8:19 am

The MRI Institute of Biomedical Research (Detroit, MI) is currently working a paper with a large cohort of MS-patients and healthy controls. We are also working on a paper with the Zamboni group to show flow extra-cranial venous collaterals in MS and normal subjects. So far we have demonstrated abnormal flow distributions in the jugular veins in stenotic MS patients in three different data sets, but the next one will have a large cohort of healthy controls to compare it to. In addition to this research, we are also working on a flow-related paper with respect to PD patients.

http://www.mrimaging.com

Apologies if this is spam, but I want to get the information out there. Our group is very prolific and highly respected so any donations would be a sound investment which we would greatly appreciate.
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