A new book on CCSVI and MS has been released entitled ‘CCSVI as the Cause of Multiple Sclerosis: The Science Behind the Controversial Theory’.
Since Dr. Paolo Zamboni published his first paper on multiple sclerosis possibly being a kind of venous insufficiency in 2006 there have been many developments in research and knowledge on CCSVI. Zamboni has gone on to publish more groundbreaking studies that support his theory.
Yet Dr. Zamboni was not actually the first person to identify issues with veins in MS patients, links between the two were made as early as the 1860s.
Detailing the CCSVI in MS journey from 19th century discoveries to Zamboni’s innovative liberation theory and real stories of patients who have had it, this book refers to over 250 research papers. The MS story is effectively retold from a distinctly CCSVI angle.
People who are deliberating over CCSVI treatment will find a useful section on how exactly their vein blockages and narrowed areas can be treated. The importance of any problems being discussed with their doctor is emphasized. 12 patient stories are told, including one who was treated by Zamboni in 2006 and several who underwent the liberation procedure at Stanford in 2009.
The book has been reviewed by experts in the field including Dr. Zamboni and the foreword is by E. Mark Haacke PhD. It’s a great offline resource that pools all of the relevant information on CCSVI and MS together.
Angeles hospital counts Stanford trained interventional cardiologist Dr. Jorge Luna as one of its team and provides the highest standards in CCSVI treatment. To find out more please contact us using the form on the right.