Doppler Screening for CCSVI, Seattle

We will be in Seattle on Saturday May 21st, 2011 to the Hilton Seattle Airport & Convention Center. If you are interested, please comment here or email us at ccsvi@azdoppler.com. Preliminary results will be given immediately and final results from our surgeons within a week, emailed to you. A little about us: Eric and Nicole […]

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Cause célèbre

Celebrity spokespersons for diseases and degenerative conditions can draw widespread recognition and sympathy.  To date, no celebrity has come forward to support the global CCSVI community and the liberation procedure suggesting hope for millions of people suffering from multiple sclerosis.  Certainly many famous people in history have lived with M.S. but how important do you […]

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200 countries, 200 years, 4 minutes of world health

In this video the story of world health is told by Swedish academic superstar Hans Rosling. Here statistics come to life when he fantastically illustrates global health graphically as it is tied to development over the last 200 years. As we move towards a world economy and global health converges with the resources of developing countries, […]

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CCSVI Screening in Action

Here, Nicole Feigenbutz demonstrates a CCSVI screening.  This footage was taken for use as b-roll for news coverage and it shows the method used to look for the condition. We screen patients from all over the world for candidacy for the liberation procedure. Interesting enough, the majority of our patients come to us from Canada. […]

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Demystifying the Complete Blood Count

We stumbled across this article in the New York Times that demystifies the numbers behind Complete Blood Counts.  Often patients receive this record and have no idea what the numbers mean.  In this interactive chart the NYT helps you understand what each component and its requisite score means. We think it’s pretty nifty, what do […]

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Canadian CCSVI Early Study Report

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the MS Society of Canada have just released their report on the progress of the seven CCSVI studies that they funded June 2010. Although the first six months are crucial, we probably won’t see widespread results for a while. Still the fact that rigorous protocols are being set up […]

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