vesta wrote:MS studies like these remind me of what is said about the 13th Century Scholastic School of theologians (e.g. Thomas Aquinas) who laboured over the question of how many angels could dance on the head of a pin (or point of a needle.) - good brainpower wasting time on an erroneous idea (or silly belief). The erroneous idea is that MS is an auto-immune disease. The auto-immune response is secondary to the true cause of MS, a blood reflux which injures the brain and spinal cord. The origin of the reflux may be structural (CCSVI stenosis) as proposed by Professor Zamboni or it may be a "temporary" stress reaction to a toxic substance. Consult my site MS Cure Enigmas.net for a reality check, then check out CCSVI.
I am new here, but it is really good that you found a cure for MS. Lots of people have been working on it, but you got it. Congratulation. I can already see the lots of cured people after angioplasty. Thousands of people went to angioplasty and thousands got cured. MS is erased.
P.S. I still do not know what to make of those studies who see CCSVI differently. They are just not told that this is the cure??? Lots of healthy people have stenoses and most of the people have MS even after angioplasty.
Believe me, I would be happy if Zamboni were right, but even the proponents at CCSVI forum are not cured after angioplasty. What is this strong belief based on??? Show me some statistics that progression was stopped at a fair number of patients after angioplasty, not anecdotical, but something justified by neurologists.