National CCSVI Society

July 06, 2011 08:00 ET

What's the Latest on CCSVI and MS? Discover New Research at the National CCSVI Society's Major Canadian CCSVI Forum

VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - July 6, 2011) - On September 10, 2011, the National CCSVI Society (NCS) will host a Canadian CCSVI Forum in Sidney, BC. Dr. Paolo Zamboni first linked chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI), a new venous condition, to MS; evidence now also links Parkinson's, ALS, Alzheimer's, and Dementia. Simple angioplasty has shown promising results to treat symptoms for these neurodegenerative disorders. The Canadian government recently supported moving forward with CCSVI clinical trials.

NCS announces New Discoveries, New Beginnings – its premiere CCSVI conference for CCSVI patients, employers, and healthcare stakeholders. Leading researchers and physicians, including Dr. Mark Haacke (keynote), Dr. Bill Code, Dr. David Williams, Dr. Joseph Hewett, Dr. Raj Attariwala, and Dr. Kirsty Duncan, MP, will detail how CCSVI is emerging as a new vascular disorder affecting many thousands of Canadians. A banquet dinner and silent auction follow.

Corporate sponsorship is available to fund CCSVI education and research through NCS. More sponsorship and individual ticket information is located at

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