CCSVI Case-Control Neurosonography Results Announced
February 27, 2013
MS Society partners in CCSVI clinical trial
September 28, 2012
Researchers Continue With Their Progress in the Seven Funded CCSVI Studies in MS
September 4, 2012
Research Teams Report on 18 Months of Progress from MS Societies' Initial Studies on CCSVI and MS
January 27, 2012
MS Society collaborates with CIHR in call for CCSVI clinical trial research proposals
November 25, 2011
Research Teams Report First Year's Progress From MS Societies' Initial Studies on CCSVI and MS
July 14, 2011
MS Society of Canada welcomes federal commitment to fund CCSVI trials
June 29, 2011
CCSVI in the media
CCSVI dead? Not so fast! - Macleans.ca
Annette Funicello's Desperate Last-Ditch MS Treatment - Newsmax Health
Liberation therapy for MS not very liberating it seems now - Examiner.com
The only thing liberated was their wallets - Macleans.ca
MS diagnosis is a life-changing event - CottageCountryNow.ca
MS Patients Shouldn't Rush Into Liberation Therapy - Venous Angioplasty - Hive Health Media (blog)
Moores fights back - Clarenville Packet
MS Choices Grow: What's Best for Your Patient? - MedPage Today - MedPage Today
New study challenges controversial multiple sclerosis treatment - Globe and Mail
What is CCSVI?
Do these reports of a possible association between insufficient vein drainage and MS mean that MS is caused by venous insufficiency?
Why can't Canadians get treatment in Canada, when it is available in countries like the US, Scotland, Australia and others?
The science surrounding CCSVI seems to be evolving rapidly. Are the seven studies funded by the MS Society of Canada and National Multiple Sclerosis Society (USA) still relevant?
Many people with MS can't afford to wait until these theories are proven or disproven, there is nothing else working for them. How can the MS Society not support treatment for CCSVI, at the very least on a compassionate basis?