CCSVI: interventions not justified


REPORT FROM THE 26TH CONGRESS OF THE EUROPEAN COMMITTEE FOR TREATMENT AND RESEARCH  IN MS (ECTRIMS), GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN, OCTOBER 13-16, 2010 – “We should not be using any interventions to treat CCSVI (chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency) until we can demonstrate that it has a pathological role,” stated Dr. Giancarlo Comi, Milan, Italy, at a special symposium organized by the European Charcot Foundation. “CCSVI is not a cause of MS,” he said, “and what is the evidence that it influences the MS disease process?”

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