Tag Archives: CCSVI policy

A CCSVI Solution in Six Minutes?

David Hubbard MD, Neurologist, talks about CCSVI and Multiple Sclerosis in this video. He believes the theory of CCSVI is actually a revitalization of the original theory of MS lesion formation which pointed towards a vascular connection in MS (George … Continue reading

Kirsty Duncan’s CCSVI Bill

On September 30th 2011 Senator Jane Cordy moved second reading in the Senate of Bill S-204, An Act to Establish a National Strategy in Canada for Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI) in MS patients. Liberal MP Dr. Kirsty Duncan leads … Continue reading

Conservative supports CCSVI

Canadian Conservative MP Leon Benoit gave an update on September 23rd  2011 of what he had been doing in the summer months, just in time for parliament season. He said that as the House of Commons was about to resume … Continue reading

NICE CCSVI Consultation comes to a close

The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) process of consultation on the use of venoplasty, or CCSVI treatment, for CCSVI in MS has now closed. NICE’s Interventional Procedure Advisory Committee has met and examined the various evidence for … Continue reading