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Insurance

I am a new member although I have followed the comments on this board for a couple of weeks.
I want to do the procedure with DR. Dake and I have answered all of questions, sent in my insurance info, and sent him photos of my last MRI. Alex e-mailed me said that she has everything and that Dake will be contacting me next via phone. My question is about insurance. I have learned that ...
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Diet and Iron deposits

Thanks to the great sources of information on this site I have learnt that Iron deposits in the brain are really bad news. In light of last night’s fantastic documentary (link) about Zamboni’s work, this link between Iron deposits and damage/disability is now really playing on my mind

I know that the topic of diet is fairly subjective, but how sensible would it be to avoid food sources and supplements that are high in Iron? ...
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Personal experiences with Vitamin D, exercise & Mononucl

When my grandmother was pregnant with my mom, she was on bed rest and my grandfather, being too proud to ask for help, fed her mostly potatoes. She must have had a lack of Vit D and other nutrients because of diet and bed rest. My mother had many physical problems through her life and later when she gave birth to my older brother, she had to stay in the hospital and have one kidney ...
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Welcome to New Visitors from Facebook!

This is the place to come discuss, learn, share and encourage. We have people from all over the world who have been tested and treated using Dr. Zamboni's CCSVI protocol. Use the search function to find the topics you are interested. The search button is up above, and you can search one word or many (make sure to click "search all words" if using more than one term)

Many of your questions may be answered ...
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Research in Buffalo

How do I get into the research in buffalo?
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False Dopplers

One thing that bears mentioning in the wake of the great W5 documentary is that many of us have had dopplers that were normal appearing to people trained in the regular way.

The w5 show seemed to represent the dopplers via the interview that was in the main airing that the dopplers are easy to do and we can all just go to any radiology lab and get the sonography done, which is not true. ...
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Visible effects of CCSVI, simple at home test

I'd like to get a better idea if this CCSVI thing is real or not, but faster than years from now. I have a simple do it at home test that should show if CCSVI is real or not. I hope you can help me.

Basically, having impaired flow out of the head won't only show up as MS, it should also have visible effects, namely:
When my wife does exercise, her head turns red, ...
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The word is spreading...

So there is a blog called Zero Hedge that provides contrarian views on the economy, markets, and politics. In any case, one of the topics was the CTV article. I just wanted to say that the word is spreading, even in non-MS forums. Also, may I suggest that perhaps we should Sticky a thread just for publicity/media? That way we can keep track of the growing number of positive or even negative reports in the ...
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