KitKat22 wrote:As you can see from Westmount square's website, they are no longer providing testing.
So, can anyone tell me if the only canadian option for all the testing, using the correct protocols, remains False Creek? Last I heard, it is a 5-6 month waiting list (not too bad).
My neuro in Montreal is not supportive of CCSVI testing, and says why bother testing and wasting money whe there is no place to have the livberation therapy completed in Canada? True, but I still want to know.
Lastly, can anyone tell me if the testing can actually pick up anomalies in the veins of people with very mild RRMS? I do not have any MS symptoms at the moment, though MRIs have shown a few lesions (7) and my spinal tap confirmed MS (along with my optic neuritis 10 months ago). I am just wondering if you have to have PPMS or an aggressive form of MS before being able to detect problems. None of the research I have seen really indicates success for people with RRMS. I am seriously considering Poland, to see if we can stop this disease before it gets going too far, but I only hear of people with PPMS going for the liberation therapy. Any advice for a newbie?
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