There is research evidence that shows more than 80% of individuals with Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis (MS), and 90% of patients with primary and secondary progressive MS, had Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI) that could be treated using the breakthrough Liberation Therapy. More compelling is the combination of Stem Cell Treatment and Liberation Therapy that could work together to eradicate the cause and repair the effects of MS.
Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI) is a word coined by Dr. Paulo Zamboni, an Italian physician and phlebotomist from the University of Ferrara in Italy. It is a medical condition wherein normal blood flow in the neck and veins are narrowed allowing blood to go back (reflux) through new blood vessels causing blood to leak into surrounding tissues and create iron deposits in the Central Nervous System (CNS). The leak caused by these compensatory blood vessels creates an autoimmune response, associated with a degenerative disease called Multiple Sclerosis.
The link between Multiple Sclerosis and CCSVI is the iron deposits found inside the brains of MS sufferers and the deposits created by CCSVI. Consequently, the presence of these iron deposits and CCSVI is considered an early indicator of MS.
The CCSVI Diagnostic Process begins with a consultation with your doctor. After which, a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) with contrast for 40 minutes is performed followed by a Doppler ultrasound (UTZ) and CT venography, which is both performed for 10 minutes each.
The MRI measures the blood flow and pressure difference near the narrowed vein. On the other hand, the Doppler UTZ is performed to detect the occurrence of backflow of blood (reflux). Then, a venography (dye injection) is conducted to assess stenosis (narrowing of a vein) and blood flow to the brain and neck.
The CCSVI Liberation Process is termed “Liberation Therapy” because it unblocks the restricted blood flow from the brain, reversing the devastating effects of MS.
In this procedure, the surgeon inserts a balloon into the “stenosed” vein, inflating the balloon, opening it up to make the vein get bigger. If the surgeon assesses that the vein won’t stay opened on its own, they may decide to insert a stent to keep the vein open, to allow blood to flow easily and prevent additional iron build-up within the spinal cord and brain.
Adult Stem Cells are harvested thru micro-liposuction, wherein 30 cc of fat will be extracted from a patient’s stomach. From this amount of stomach fat, 200 million adult stem cells will be used. Once the stem cells are separated, it is reintroduced back into the patient’s body, through a catheter or IV drip. As soon as they are inside the body, the stem cells start working to repair the damaged nerves caused by either CCSVI or MS.
The CCSVI- MS Therapy combination is a lot different from the other stem cell treatments. Patients who have undergone this combination process are guaranteed drug-free and goals of treatment does not emphasize in pacifying the symptoms. Rather, it helps in tackling the disease through the physical changes which can cause favourable modifications experienced by the patient.
The purpose of the Liberation Method is to release the pressure on the brain and spinal cord and preventing any further iron build-up. On the other hand, Stem Cell Treatment used in conjunction with CCSVI Liberation Therapy helps in repairing the damages caused by the iron deposits found inside the brain.
Thousands of hopeful patients worldwide had experienced the combination of CCSVI and Stem Cell Therapy. The effects of treatments range widely. Some patients report that after testing, no blockages were found in their veins. However, other individuals describe no significant change while some report dramatic improvements of MS symptoms they have felt.
In Dr. Zamboni's initial studies, the treatment can benefit the relapsing rather than progressive form of MS. Moreover, 47% of Dr. Zamboni’s patients (in the study) were re-stenosed because of blockages in their veins, 18 months after the procedure.
Stem Cell Treatment for CCSVI Liberation in Mexico for patients with Multiple Sclerosis costs USD $25,000.
The CCSVI Center in Frankfurt, Germany, uses a CCSVI Treatment in combination with adult autologous stem cells, including Diagnostic, Angioplasty and Stem Cells Treatment with English language support start from USD $ 12,740 up to USD $ 17,987.
In India, the cost for CCSVI Screening and Liberation Therapy is much is cheaper compared to USA, Canada, or Europe for just USD $5,600 only.
The CCSVI Clinic in Canada which uses a Combination Therapy protocol and a Sequential 5-part protocol together with true stem cells (autologous) will cost USD $35,000.
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