Friday, April 23, 2010

April 16, 2010 13:41  by Dr. Lorne Brandes
The good news emanating from this week’s American Academy of Neurology (AAN) meeting in Toronto was that, although skepticism abounded, Dr. Paulo Zamboni and CCSVI were not ignored by “the establishment”. Far from it, judging by the conference’s special session devoted to debating and discussing his controversial new theory that MS is primarily a disease caused by blocked neck or chest veins.
Now the bad news: despite a willingness of investigators to move forward, there appears to be a major stumbling block in obtaining the monies required to fund the human clinical trials needed. [More]
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