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Do you believe treatment for CCSVI is a viable way to alleviate symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS)?

  • Shown by science

    Yes, studies have been completed that show the treatment of this is a viable way to help with the symptoms of multiple sclerosis, so I do think it works. If the studies done by trained professionals show that something is going to work, than I will also back it up.

  • Treatment for CCSVI

    I personally think that the treatment for CCSVI is a viable way to alleviate symptoms of multiple sclerosis which is MS. This has been studied many times and it has resulted in some successful cases for people with MS. Anything that helps these sufferers with their disease, and also minimizes side-effects is a great treatment option to try out.

  • This treatment has helped some people.

    Treatment for CCSVI is a viable way to alleviate symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS). This has been studied many times and it has resulted in some successful cases for people with MS. Anything that helps these sufferers with their disease, and also minimizes side-effects is a great treatment option to try out.

  • Treatment for CCSVI may not even be effective for CCSVI

    CCSVI is not exclusive for Multiple Sclerosis. Just because the symptoms are similar does not lead to a double diagnosis. People can have CCSVI without Multiple Sclerosis. Because the symptoms of the two are similar, there is much speculation that the treatment is the same. However, treatment for CCSVI has no been proven to do anything but relieve symptoms in an unblinded and uncontrolled experiment. The treatment has not been proven to alleviate any symptoms in either condition scientifically.

  • They Aren't Connected

    In 2009, Dr. Paolo Zamboni claimed that CC SVI and multiple sclerosis (MS) were linked and that CC SVI was the cause for MS and he felt he had proof. His study indicated a near 100% link. However, these results have not been replicated not quantified and follow up studies have actually showed that there is no link. Therefore, it is unreasonable to assume that treatments associated with CC SVI would help alleviate symptoms of MS.


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