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Free MS patients with CCSVI

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Do you think MS patients patients deserve equal care with the best and latest treatments? 

Living in Canada which has one of the highest MS populations one would think the government would support a study. Canada is dragging it's feet while countries around the world are opening up to the possibilities of CCSVI based on the successes. 

Like chemotherapy doesn't work for everyone, CCSVI doesn't work for everyone. But does it work?  The answer is absolutely.  I witnessed a young woman of 27 who was in a wheelchair and two days following the procedure was walking. Another woman came in dragging her leg and two days later was walking normally. And a woman who hadn't used her arm or hand for 27 years was moving it slightly right after the procedure. The success stories are endless. The majority of people have benefited from CCSVI.

Isn't it interesting five (5) new medications will be on the market in the coming months. I appreciate the concern of the pharmaceutical companies, the neurologists, and all involved in the business of MS. MS is BIG business. Medication users spend between 40 -60K  annually. Do you think the pharmaceutical companies are going to support CCSVI when they have money to recover for the development of these drugs and want customers for their older medications? I appreciate but can't agree with the neurologists who are not treating patients who have had this procedure done. Is it ethically wrong to deny treatment? For them it's a confusing time. Could their whole education and career have been wrong about MS?

Let's focus on the many who are reaping great benefits from this procedure and celebrate the 'liberation' of the many. One doctor has. His son was diagnosed with MS and subsequently had the CCSVI procedure done. His son's life transformed completey, hence, it's no surprise that the doctor is now focused on doing and promoting CCSVI.  

Canadians with MS deserve testing of blood flow circulation which is available for everyone but MS patients, treatment regardless if having had the procedure done and have a study of CCSVI

underway if not made available in Canada.









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