Thursday, April 14, 2011
Dr. Mehta's research results
These new research results describe a much higher (90%) incidence of CCSVI in MSers than was found in the Buffalo study: ThisIsMS.com thread. I sure wish that the Buffalo study had been done more carefully... and it's not clear to me why the BNAC study supposedly puts makes it so doubtful that CCSVI causes MS but, even if that were the case, it doesn't mean that it doesn't cause many of the symptoms associated with MS. Certainly there are a lot of case studies that seem to point to CCSVI treatment significantly helping to reduce "MS" symptoms in many patients.