Tag Archives: CCSVI research

Macleans Publishes Internal Documents on CCSVI

Modern medicine

An article entitled “The silent treatment: How Canada has failed MS sufferers” has been published by Macleans.ca and it exposes government emails that clearly demonstrate how political concerns were put ahead of scientific evidence and opinions on the progress of … Continue reading

Should I Treat my CCSVI? Dr Diana Video

Dr Diana Driscoll

This video features some feedback about the book The Driscoll Theory, and Dr. Diana addresses the question of CCSVI: To treat or not to treat. She notes you must be sure to check with your doctors if CCSVI treatment is … Continue reading

Dr. Michael Dake: ‘CCSVI is real, and radiologists should treat it with Venoplasty’.

Still life of stethoscope and medical dictionary

Michael Dake from the Stanford University School of Medicine in Stanford, California, attended the CIRSE, or Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe conference in Munich that was held on Sunday, September 11, 2011. He gave a compelling talk entitled … Continue reading

Dr. Diana on CCSVI DVD!

Dr. Diana Driscoll

Dr. Diana Driscoll shares information about the DVD that is now available from the Global CCSVI Expo. Dr. Diana makes clear that CCSVI is not just for multiple sclerosis as she has had the procedure done for her Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome … Continue reading