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Is this combined treatment of CCSVI with stem cells any good

i have been reading about this treatment that includes CCSVI with stem cells
its no detailed on their CCSVI protocol so wonder if they even use IVUS

Any thoughts on this as a treatment?

it claims a woman came out of a wheelchair, but that's only one person in the whole study

http://www.ccsviclinic.ca/?page_id=564


if money wasn't an issue for you, would you do this treatment?
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Endothelial cell apotosis in jugular veins of pwMS

New, ground-breaking research from Dr. Zamboni's team:

Major endothelial dysfunction and aptosis in the intraluminal septa and defective valves of pwMS----highly deranged when compared to normals.

http://phl.sagepub.com/content/early/20 ... 0.abstract

Why does this matter? A loss of endothelial cells means valves and veins cannot respond to hemodynamic needs of the brain--and would not function properly. Endothelial dysfunction can be overcome---but it will take more than angioplasty to deal with this. ...
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new! call centers and hiccups! don't miss it!

To all those millions of Call Center employees out there trying to call me right now:

You could get a bonus!

You could go to the head of your class!

You could end up running this very Call Center, whether in Bangalor, Toucson, or Washington. D.C. or state!


Here is the ear-worm to suggest hypnotically, unconsciously to everyone at your Call Center:

Suggest a Button. A Button you press. A Button which apparently, does nothing. ...
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Mandibular disorders more common in MS patients than control

Mandibular disorders are more common in MS patients than control and the ratio is 3:1 (56.7% versus 16.7%). This is not exactly CCSVI but it fixes into the proposal of our upright doctor.

Prevalence of temporomandibular disorders symptoms in patients with multiple sclerosis.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24964107

Abstract

The aim of the present study was to assess the prevalence of symptoms of temporomandibular disorders (TMD) in patients with the relapsing-remitting form of ...
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Patent to diagnose MS based on Kir4.1

Maybe this is not very related to CCSVI, or maybe it is. In any case is worth to share it.

Means and methods for diagnosing and treating multiple sclerosis
US 20140080156 A1

http://www.google.com/patents/US20140080156

ABSTRACT

This invention relates to a peptide comprising or consisting of at least 8 consecutive amino acid residues of the sequence set forth in SEQ ID NO: 3, provided that said peptide does not consist of ...
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Range of Electrical Frequencies Effect Blood Vessels

pretty interesting.


http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 ... 113538.htm


Range of electrical frequencies that help heal chronic wounds tested by researchers


Date:

March 4, 2014


Source:

University of Cincinnati


Summary:


Hard-to-heal wounds, like diabetic ulcers, fester because of insufficient blood supply at the wound site. However, the application of an electrical stimulus can promote the growth of blood vessels, and new research examines the best stimulus parameters -- such as frequency and magnitude ...
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Lassman book about pathology online

Recently I have found a recent (Feb. 2014) book online by Hans Lassman. This author was a collaborator with Lucchinetti during the Lesion Project studies, and did also collaborate with the team that found anti-AQP4 in Neuromyelitis optica.

The reason why I want to share this book here is because it confirms some ideas that can be interested for the studies on CCSVI. The authors support the heterogeneity of MS lesions, classify them in four ...
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MS healing dream

After the Neurologist gave me the MS verdict in December 1981 I had the following dream. I had been running down a track when I was forced off to the side, I couldn’t keep up. After watching the roaring crowd race by, my body sank deep into the warm moist earth, curling up into a hard round tulip bulb. I would wait hidden until spring.

And spring did come. After a year of detoxification and ...
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RESERCHERES REPORT ALTERNATIVE EXPLANATIONS FOR CCSVI

THE NEW TERM USED BY RESEARCHERS AS TVAM FOR CCSVI READ MORE IN THE WEB SITE
http://multiplesclerosisnewstoday.com/2 ... -patients/
REGARDS
SEEVA
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NY TImes Article: Can the Nervous System be Hacked?

This is an incredible recent article in the New York Times that I think could have implications for future MS treatments, and may dovetail well with the idea that CCSVI treatment may work at least in part by stimulating the vagus nerve.

In a recent pilot study on people with rheumatoid arthritis (another autoimmune disease) scientists were able to significantly improve symptoms in the majority of their study subjects, by placing a tiny electrical stimulator ...
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