Where has the Buffalo CCSVI Study been published?

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Where has the Buffalo CCSVI Study been published?

Post by dreddk » 8 years ago

I'm interested to read the full paper on the testing of 500 subjects but can't seem to find it anywhere. Anyone know where it was published?

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Post by sbr487 » 8 years ago

In fact, I believe Buffalo was doing a study of the impact of angioplasty on 30 patients. This was measuring impact after 30 days. Don't know what happened ...
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Post by Cece » 8 years ago

Here's everything in Google Scholar attributed to Dr. Zivadinov:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term ... BAuthor%5D

The study of angioplasty in thirty patients was started this past June, I guess that's too soon of a turn-around for that to be published. The large MRI study had a press release of figures last spring but I don't think we've seen any publications out of it yet.

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Post by MS_HOPE » 8 years ago

I too am eagerly awaiting words from Buffalo, even an "off the record" comment on how the current study of 30 is going. Anyone have an inside track?
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