Hi! I don't want to sound pessimistic or anth, but would second Lmarino's opinion...
The problem is that nth's been proven yet, and years would pass before it is.
I truly admire Cheer for her enthusiasm, her dedication, for sharing and evth she's been doing for her husband and for us!!!
But as far as I am aware, even with Dr Zamboni, not all patients had this venous problem. And he's supposed to have used the right protocol.
And my question would be - if 9 out of 10 patients have it, what about the 10th?
Tens of new things and possible treatments come up every month, but I believe that this new discovery in particular has overwhelmed us that much because it is the first regarding MS as non-autoimmune desease. Not that the idea is new, no, just for the first time there is smth 'palpable' about the theory. And we, being tired of all immunomodulating, -supressing etc 'discoveries', now are truly swept and want this to be the thing!!!
I also do!!! Don't misunderstand. Just the procedure apart from being costly to an extent, is also invasive..I would need some proof..and years would pass before clinical tests are run and kind of proof turns up. I don't know... I certainly don't have the whole information, don't mean to sound discouraging...Perhaps am looking for s.o./sth to convince me..