The Third Annual CCSVI Update Symposium has been postponed.
The meeting will not take place in 2012.
Thank you for your interest.
Worldwide attention continues to focus on chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI). A growing number of medical professionals believe that outflow obstructions in the veins that drain the central nervous system are associated with the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Relieving such blockage could potentially improve the quality of life for many who suffer from MS.
Physicians who work with MS patients or who specialize in endovascular therapy will want to hear the latest information. In just the past year, much new evidence has come to light even as debate has heightened. The second annual CCSVI Update Symposium will bring together the experts – including Dr. Paolo Zamboni, M.D., originator of the CCSVI theory, and an international faculty of investigators and clinicians – to review relevant data and share firsthand accounts.
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Gary Siskin, M.D.
Chief of Vascular and Interventional Radiology
Albany Medical Center
Albany, New York
Salvatore J.A. Sclafani, M.D.
Professor of Surgery and
University Hospital of Brooklyn
Brooklyn, New York