Christopher Alkenbrack’s CCSVI Update on MSrelief.com

Christopher was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at the age of 24. The first signs of the disease came when he was doing graduate work in Linguistics at the Université de Montréal while working full-time for a Québec charity. After diagnosis Christopher went on to a career as a College (Cégep …

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MS Wars: Hope, Science and the Internet

Multiple sclerosis is a debilitating disease, and there is no cure. Then, a radical new theory appears to offer hope to patients. The medical community is lukewarm to the concept, yet the Internet is buzzing with positive stories and outcomes. What happens when the medical system and hope collide? The …

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Treatment for CCSVI Gave Me the Help that No Neurologist Ever Could!

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When I was diagnosed in August, 1990 with Relapsing/Remitting Multiple Sclerosis and at that time there were no treatments available. I had several bad “attacks” involving extreme difficulty with any kind of movement and 10 months of double vision–along with several other “weird” symptoms and a spastic bladder. By the …

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CCSVI Results for Linda Grace Cox

Alaska Brain Center, LLS 4551 E. Bogard Road Wasilla, AK 99654 Patient: COX, Linda Exam: MRV BRAIN Wo Date of Service: Aug 4, 2011 Referring Physician: SPONSLOR TECHNIQUE: Magnetic resonance venograph of the intracranial circulation was performed with 2-D coronal time-of-flight images with images retrospectively targeted and reformatted according to …

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CCSVI Current Status

CCSVI ~ Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency is very hot topic. My neurologist, Dr. Jeffrey Sponsler is involved in the CCSVI study with the National MS Society. His office called a few minutes ago telling me that he’s involved. I have an appointment tomorrow at 12:30 for the MRI needed to …

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CCSVI Success

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Christopher Alkenbrack is an impressive person and he took part in a controversial treatment, CCSVI. Christopher sees people with MS as an adaptable group. This has been one of his life-long lessons, always modifying the environment to fit his physical limitations. I’m grateful he is willing to share his story. …

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