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BBC Breakfast feature on CCSVI – 11 February 2010

BBC Breakfast feature on CCSVI – 11 February 2010

BBC Breakfast feature on CCSVI announcement from 11 February 2010. Features a brief interview with Dr Doug Brown, Biomedical Research Manager from the MS Society. Please note that the interview was filmed BEFORE the announcement of the Buffalo study results on 10 February [Read More]

2nd Part CCSVI Why time is our enemy

2nd Part CCSVI Why time is our enemy

2nd part of the video. What is considered a medical break trhrough? Ideas for who you can contact to help spreak the word about CCSVI. Here is a link to a petition I started for more studies and coverage in the US Well I went ahead and made a petition for the United States [Read More]

MS Society comments on CCSVI announcement live on Sky News

MS Society comments on CCSVI announcement live on Sky News

Sky News feature on CCSVI announcement – 10 February 2010. Features an interview with Dr Doug Brown, Biomedical Research Manager from the MS Society. Footage courtesy of Sky News. Posted by Sam Daniels [Read More]

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