Image via WikipediaThis is an interesting story. Maybe this is something that could work for MS patients and with CCSVI??
Every year, around 85,000 Britons have stents — small metal tubes — put into their arteries to help blood flow, but sometimes the blood vessels get blocked again. Shabir Makda, a 52-year-old bus driver from Leicester, was the first Briton to have a new stent which cuts this risk. Here he talks to PAUL DINSDALE …
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1319737/Soluble-stent-open-arteries-melt-away.html#ixzz12FYaScI9
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