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Hello, WOW What a great board--now convince my wife

Hi, everyone. I stumbled upon this board and for the first time in years I actually am getting excited about the possibility of some improvement in my wife's MS. She was diagnosed in 2005 with relapsing remitting MS, multiple lesions and lumbar puncture confirmed the neuro's diag. Her original symptoms were blurry vision in the right eye which occured when overheated or stressed out and numbness on the left thigh. Her condition got worse over ...
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Response of Italian MS Society

translated by google from original Italian-
http://www.aism.it/index.aspx?codpage=n ... 9_09_ccsvi

my notes are in parenthesis-

Cerebrospinal chronic venous insufficiency (CCSVI) and multiple sclerosis
18/09/2009

The cause or rather the causes of MS are still largely unknown, but research has made great strides to clarify the way the disease works and thus make possible an early diagnosis and treatment to enable people with MS to maintain a good quality of life. ...
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Dr. Dake's admission policy

I called Angela and she said Alex would call but it has been over a week. Dors anyone know how long the wait is? No doctor referred me, is this required? Are other tests required other than copies of MRI's? Please help!
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Getting an MRV... Woot woot!

Not sure if this is where to start... But after learning of CCSVI a few days ago, I've been relentlessly researching this phenomenon. I spoke with my Neuro last night who believes this condition is epiphenomena related and doesn't apply to me, but still agreed to give me a script for the MRV. I do not have a medical background, but do have a critical eye and feel as though I have hope for the ...
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Rokkit goes to Stanford

I've had the appt for a while, but I just bought plane tickets today, so I figured it was time to come out of the closet. Oct 5 is my date.

My case is a little unique in that I haven't been diagnosed with MS. I don't have MS lesions on my MRI. I do have oligoclonal bands in my CSF. I have a symptom history (including neurogenic bladder) consistent with PPMS. Dr Dake agreed ...
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CCSVI beyond Stanford, and in Boston in particular

Hello -

As I noted in the patient log thread, I had my follow up visit in Boston today, at Brigham & Women's, with a doctor whom Dr. Dake recommended. I asked about other patients going there for CCSVI, and, at least at this point, I think I got somewhat of a lukewarm or mixed bag response. On the one hand, he said that they totally could do the tests, but on the other hand, ...
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Can It Really Be Fixed?

I've been joyfully reading all the stories of MS improvement here. However, I'm starting to see more accounts of people needing to be re-treated. Maybe the deficient veins in the jugulars draining an MS brain can never be permanently fixed? It reminds me of the efforts engineers have made to keep the Mississippi river in one channel...when they fix it in one place, they create problems upstream or downstream.

Maybe my anti-depressant dosage is too ...
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Oligoclonal Bands in CSF

Is there any documents of change of Oligoclonal Bands in CSF on patiens who have had procedure?

I assume that this is very important evidence to measure?

sorry for my english skills :oops:
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Lesions and SWI

Many disease modifying treatments use the reduction of lesions as shown on MRI as proof a treatment is "working" in MS. This has baffled me, since we know that the number of lesions does not correlate to level of disease progression. Someone like Jeff or Mel can have 20 brain lesions and function quite well. Someone else can have one or two lesions and be wheelchair-bound. Also, at a certain point, lesion progression stops when ...
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