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Going abroad for Lemtrada for MS is reminiscent of CCSVI

Going abroad for Lemtrada for MS is reminiscent of CCSVI

There are many who suffer from multiple sclerosis (MS) in the United States who are upset with the FDA for not approving of the drug Alemtuzumab, otherwise known as Lemtrada. To the point where a petition was made to fight the ruling. This, on top of Genzyme appealing the [Read More]

CCSVI 2013: ‘debunking,’ spin, and legal drama

CCSVI 2013: ‘debunking,’ spin, and legal drama

If there were a drinking game that called for taking a shot whenever the term chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency—or CCSVI—appeared in 2013 in a headline alongside “debunked” or “death knell,” we all would have been plastered well before New Year’s Eve. [Read More]

Wolfville couple adamant Liberation treatment offers hope

Wolfville couple adamant Liberation treatment offers hope

Wolfville area resident Christopher Alkenbrack makes no bones about it. While scientists argue about the success of the so-called Liberation therapy for Multiple Sclerosis, Alkenbrack passionately promotes what worked for him. Alkenbrack is the president of the National [Read More]

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