Saturday, January 28, 2012

Research Teams Report Studies on CCSVI and MS

I look forward to seeing the results, though I still say that the choice of researchers and research projects was somewhat suspect: Press Release.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Off to Spain

I'm off to Madrid to discuss a new business venture in a week and a half... hopefully my fatigue and balance symptoms will stay in control for the trip and series of meetings.  So far, since (after my retirement at the end of December) I've been able to teach a course (and am enjoying it) and doing the research on this new venture has been a hoot, so I'm not too worried about it.  I'm not crazy about airline travel these days, though.

Still can't find it...

I'm still unable to find a link to Dr. Hewett's webinar... do any of my readers know where it is?

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Good Webinar by Dr. Hewett

I'm just finished watching/listening to a webinar on CCSVI and the Haake protocol MRI measurement of blood flows... a good presentation.  If the presentation is posted to the web, I'll put the link up here.

Friday, January 13, 2012

Saskatchewan moves ahead with CCSVI treatment

I thought this was old news, but maybe its now confirmed that the Saskatchewan government will be sending some of its citizens to Albany, New York for CCSVI treatment:

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Physio for MS patients treated for CCSVI

Here is an interesting Radio-Canada news item (from 11:45 to 14:40 in the news video - sorry, in French only) about an innovative physio program set up for MSers who have had CCSVI treatment: Radio Canada show.  Wouldn't it be great if this could be shared with physiotherapists everywhere?

New Drug Shows Promise Against Multiple Sclerosis

Okay, maybe its just another new drug that may not really pan out or may have terrible long-term effects, but it still may be worthwhile following this: