TorCan wrote:Cece wrote:goddles wrote:The company that makes the transcranial doppler is Esaote.
We are going to look into this doppler.
Our MRV protocol is an adaption for 3T from Dr Haacke
Hopefully it is the transcranial doppler that will make the difference, if you are able to acquire one.
Edited to say: I still see the results from False Creek as being positive for CCSVI. They found 6 confirmed and 15 possibles. There's no control group to show that, on random healthy people, they'd have found 0, but that's the assumption in place from Zamboni's research.
Good morning. My name is Paul and I live in Toronto. I have SPMS and was diagnosed 11 years ago. I went to False Creek to have the MRV test done on me. Vancouver was the only place in Canada that was doing the MRV at the time and that date was December 17th, 2009.
I have an obvious stenosis in the upper portion of my jugular vein. This did not show up on my Ultrasound at all, but it did in the MRV.
I have now found a trial study which is going to India in March to have the liberation treatment done on me. Their is no clinic in the U.S. or Canada that does this treatment at all. This treatment is all out of pocket for me, but I just pray that this is worth it.
This is new for myself, as well as everyone else with MS.
I found this website 2 days ago and it is a pleasure to be chatting with people who understand this
Billmeik wrote:go man
if the money doesnt hurt and you think you can show how its done, make it so. Really I've noticed a shift towards training the local guy rather than flying far to get this done, but if they can do it another place to just go is great.
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