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Review: The currently accepted MS models do not need Tcells

http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2377/15/219

Background

Although the precise mechanism of initial lesion development in multiple sclerosis (MS) remains unclear, two different neuropathological findings have been reported as a potential early pathology of MS: “microglial nodules” and “newly forming lesions”, both of which contain neither T cell infiltration nor demyelination.

In microglial nodules, damaged axons were associated with a small number of aggregated macrophages/microglia, while oligodendrocyte apoptosis was a characteristic in newly forming ...
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Kirsty Duncan wins Etobicoke again!

Kirsty Duncan has worked tirelessly in Opposition as a Liberal MP in Canadian Parliament, on behalf of all Canadians with MS, and put forward a private member's bill to support CCSVI. Now that her party has formed a majority government, we may see this Bill become a Liberal government Bill, and law of the land.

Thank goodness we are finally rid of Stephen Harper. Good luck to Justin Trudeau.
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A Single Drop of Blood creates MS

Gladstone Institute research published in Nature shows that all it takes to create MS is one single drop of blood on brain tissue. You don't need a rogue virus, or auto-immune t cells.

Just a drop of blood.
http://ccsviinms.blogspot.com/2015/10/a ... blood.html

cheer
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a prescription med to treat CCSVI

http://www.yixueqianyan.cn/EN/abstract/ ... 1312.shtml
Analysis of nicergoline in treating elderly chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency

(1. Department of Neurology, China Meitan General Hospital, Beijing
100028, China; 2. Department of Emergency, The First Affiliated Hospital of Henan University of Science and
Technology, Henan, Luoyang 471000, China)

Abstract 【Abstract】 Objective To investigate the clinical effect of nicergoline in treatment of elderly patients with
chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency.

Method Used random number table method to selected ...
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Inclined Bed Therapy Feedback Request

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Hello again, it's been some time since our last discussion about IBT and I know there are quite of few people in this forum who are using and enjoying Inclined Bed Therapy,. many have told me so in the past.

There was a lot of interest in CCSVI and I think this complicated results from people who had remedial surgery and angioplasty. Now that the dust has settled a little, I need your help ...
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Endolethial dysfunction in Parkinson's

Even the control group was low in vitamin D! Can vitamin D eliminate dysfunction? CCSVI? Calling Dr. Coimbra.

http://www.vitamindcouncil.org/blog/stu ... ca034eaa9h
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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.
http://ccsviinms.blogspot.com/2015/09/celebration.html

all best,
cheer/Joan
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