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LadyGazelle NEW INFO

Dr. Siskin who did my CCSVI procedure in 2010 ballooned 5 areas but could not open the top of the left IJV due to "possible vertebral compression". I have been treated by upper cervical chiropractor as UprightDoc recommended for the past five years. A contact with someone who was in a 5-year study who asked her CCSVI doctor if he would look into my case. He called Dr. Siskin's office in Albany:

"Dr. Siskin said ...
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Latest MRI---MS disease reversal

Just wanted to share Jeff's MRI news.
His latest MRI from August shows remyelination and reversal of gray matter atrophy -his gray matter structures-(3rd ventricle, thalamus, brainstem, etc) are all normal now. No new lesions.

It's been 8 1/2 yrs. since diagnosis, 6 years since Stanford treatment. Details at the link.
We are very thankful for his continued health---and hope our journey might help others.

all best,
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How come this forum seems to have died out?

How are people doing after their treatments so far?

Is the CCSVI procedure still being performed anywhere in north america or europe still?

Any new advances?
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HI Frends please read on Adam Gottschalt life story and cure his M.S using CCSVI
Please read more ... sclerosis/
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CCSVI improvements

It’s been several years since my third CCSVI procedure. I could barely walk and that was the reason for treatment.

I was wondering, however, if others were like me and got unexpected benefits. Further, what if our doctors could use those to identify more accurately what controls what?

For example, right after my third procedure, I suddenly could read the teeny tiny print on a bottle of Advil that was four feet away. My vision ...
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upper cervical chiropractic care in patients with CCSVI

Preliminary results after upper cervical chiropractic care in patients with chronic cerebro-spinal venous insufficiency and multiple sclerosis.

Authors: Mandolesi S, Marceca G, Moser J, Niglio T, d'Alessandro A, Ciccone MM, Zito A, Mandolesi D, d'Alessandro A, Fedele F.

The aim of the study is to evaluate the clinical and X-ray results of the Upper Cervical Chiropractic care through the specific adjustments (corrections) of C1-C2 on patients with ...
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Donnchadh: Update report; so close, yet so far.

I am posting this from Phoenix AZ because I had an appointment with Dr. Nakaji at the Barrow Neurological Institute.

They require all your reports and test images to be sent to them before scheduling an office visit, with a review charge of $100 upright. Not covered by insurance.

After waiting about a month to arrange a flight and staying with my nephew's family, I made the journey by myself. US Airways ...
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VitD and Endothelial Health ... ca034eaa9#

Comment from my bud Ed:

The key hormone directing the growth and differentiation of blood vessels is calcitriol.

This is mostly likely why pwMS end up with screwed up veins when you look at the combination of the latitude and birth month effects. If the mother is vitamin D deficient as is likely at the point in fetal development at which veins are formed, 7th-8th month, ...
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new research: MS is a vascular disease

Newly published research from the ISNVD finds that pwMS do have endothelial microparticles in their blood, which are not found in normals. These microparticles are shed by dying and diseased endothelial cells, are a sign of endothelial dysfunction. They create inflammation, hypercoagulation and slow blood flow. These EMPs are related to lesions and brain atrophy in MS on MRI.

"Blood circulating microparticle species in relapsing–remitting and secondary progressive multiple sclerosis. A case–control, cross sectional study ...
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