It can get ugly

Historically, scientific advances are made before society can conduct meaningful ethical and moral discussions about these advances. However, such discussions are crucial to setting policies that balance individual and public protections with the use of technology in medicine. (Sonia Y. Hunt, Ph.D. (Write Science Right) © 2008 Nature Education). 

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CCSVI Awareness Day

CCSVI Awareness Day is on May 5th. How do you plan to celebrate? How do you plan to take action? You can too can be a part of change. Here are some great resources: CCSVI Locator CCSVI in Multiple Sclerosis CCSVI Alliance Dr. Zamboni’s Website  

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Olga’s story

The beautiful Olga Krejci is one of our patients who was diagnosed with MS in January 2010. A full year later she walked into our lives as a CCSVI candidate. Like many, Olga needed to find a way to pay for her procedure and so she turned to www.caringbridge.org to help her not only set […]

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An unclear path illumniated

Marie Rhodes, RN, the author of CCSVI as the Cause of Multiple Sclerosis: The Science Behind the Controversial Theory, recently discussed her views on the evolution of future treatment for Multiple Sclerosis. On the Facebook page CCSVI in Multiple Sclerosis Marie discusses her idea of the evolving nature of MS research and therapy and compares it […]

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Dr. McGuckin answers questions about CCSVI

Provided by Danielle Rhéaume and posted on FaceBook Note: Dr. McGuckin was one of the presenters at the “Big Event” in Seattle where our Eric Feigenbutz also presented: These questions were asked on the CCSVI in Seattle group page and answered by Dr McGuckin of Vascular Access Centers in February: 1) How aggressively do you […]

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A husband and wife’s journey

Here, YouTube friend, @gekiryudojo documents the journey of he and his wife (who also suffers from MS) through their liberation procedure performed in Nis Serbia.

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Matthew’s One Month Update

Matthew a Canadian CCSVI patient, talks about his one-month update on how he’s doing post-liberation. Although we didn’t see Matthew ourselves, we do see many patients from Canada each week. His video stresses the importance for follow up care.  We recommend that patients have a follow up doppler exam one month, six months and one […]

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