As many of you know, I have been working on some articles around the theory, data and progress around CCSVI (chronic cerebrospinal insufficiency) and multiple sclerosis (MS).
I thought I would bring to you a lovely overview and personal perspective on CCSVI and MS that was written by someone who is able to sum things up in a tidy, yet thought-provoking way. I bring you CCSVI (the Vascular Theory of MS): Separating Fact from Fiction. The author, Marc, is also known as The Wheelchair Kamikaze, and he has been keeping up with the news on this developing theory since it was just a fairly obscure entry in the medical literature.
I was so impressed with the way that Marc was able to convey the basics on CCSVI and his opinion around this theory, that I have frequently found myself wondering how I could say the same thing as well as he did - until right now, when I realized that I could just bring the article to you to read for yourself (blame the delay on my MS-related cognitive dysfunction).
So, without further ado, go read this fresh opinion on CCSVI. While you are at it, check out some of the rest of the site, especially the photographs, which were taken from the perspective of a wheelchair.
Read what The Wheelchair Kamikaze has to say about CCSVI:
Read more about CCSVI and MS: