The first study to investigate risk factors for the vascular condition called CCSVI (chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency) in volunteers without neurological disease has identified what the researchers call a remarkable similarity between this condition and possible or confirmed risk factors for multiple sclerosis (MS).
The study found that CCSVI risk factors occurred more frequently in 1) those with a history of mononucleosis, i.e. infected with Epstein-Barr virus; 2) those with irritable bowel syndrome; 3) those who smoke or have a history of smoking.
New research out of the University of Buffalo is casting doubt on the theory that multiple sclerosis (MS) is caused by blocked or narrowed veins in the head and neck, a condition called Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI) .
Italian vascular surgeon Dr. Paolo Zamboni developed…
A few news articles relating to people’s stories of “The Liberation Treatment” and how positively it has affected their lives. Are these people silly risking their lives or do they have nothing to lose?
Professor Gavin Giovanni is a researcher at The Blizard institue, Barts and the London school of Medicine and is currently researching on the Epstien Barr Virus as a possible cause of multiple sclerosis, multiple sclerosis related neurodegeneration, biomarker discovery and immune tolerance strategies.
Dr. Paolo Zamboni explaining his discovery of CCSVI. The explanation and procedure seems simple to understand and logical, however not enough research has corroborated his research, and a number of scientists and researchers feel that patients are being misled by this theory. What do you think about Dr. Zamboni and his CCSVI campain?