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CTEVD Study in Buffalo - How long for results?

Does anyone know when the results from the CTEVD Study in Buffalo will be published.

Will there be any interim releases of information or will the Study have to be completed before any results are released?

I expect I am not alone in wanting to find out if the CCSVI hypothesis is independantly proven ASAP.

Many thanks

(Please accept my apologies if this has been covered elswhere)
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Hope for MS? CBC National News Story 27 November 2009

This story ran on the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) National newscast tonight. ... 1344104506
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some questions about ccsvi... thank you!

hi. i have some questions i am hoping someone can answer for me. we know the facts now about what ccsvi is and that it is related to multiple sclerosis so i have to ask now:
1. what are the consequences of having ccsvi and not being treated for it? what can happen medically until it is fixed?
2. how long does it take for symptoms to show of ccsvi? years?
3. can you live ...
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Hi all!
Here published on "CCSVI nella sclerosi multipla" posters presented in Lisbona at Charcot Foundation.

Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency in Multiple Sclerosis.
Onset symptom and clinical course in relation to the hemodynamic pattern.

"Venography and transcranial and extracranial Color-Doppler high-resolution examination (TCCS-ECD) permitted us to detect 5 different malformative patterns of the venous vessels (annulus, septum/valve malformation, twisting, membranous obstruction, agenesis/hypoplasia) and 4 major hemodynamic patterns of extracranial-extravertebral venous outflow. The aim of this ...

Coach Did Get Two Stents After Delay of Game

Just wanted to report in briefly about my return trip to Stanford. I was there Nov. 11 and 12. Tests on the 11th and stents on the 12th. One 29mm stent in the left IJV in the upper thoracic area and a 29mm stent in the azygous. Really felt good the first few days. More energy and better rest. Stilll feeling better. I'd do it all over again. Waking up in the morning feeling like ...
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CCSVI in France ?


Any people being diagnosed for CCSVI in France ?
Who are the doctors to meet ?

Best wishes

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MRI protocol

does anyone know what happened to Dr. Haackes MRI protocol or related websites, they are no longer online, probably overwhelmed? False Creek surgical centre can do the testing but need a requisition from my doctor but I know she'll have no idea what to order.
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CCSVI and pre-existing damage

I see everyone is all excited about this CCSVI and you all should be I on the other hand have some reservations about it being a "cure." I have been living with MS for 27 years and yes I am still high functioning but I still have questions: For those of us that have had MS for an extended period of time and know there is pre-existing damage to our nerves already, how are they ...
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Turned down at Stanford

Despite having MS for 35 years with all the corresponding symptoms, Dr. Dake did the test (MRV) and found NO blockage. No stents were placed. no relief of symptoms. I have no blocked veins. I cried all the way back from Standford.
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