On January 10, 2011 the CCSVI Alliance sponsored a presentation by Dr. Michael Dake of Stanford University entitled "CCSVI and the MS connection". The event was held at Brandeis University, in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Dr. Dake was the first Interventional Radiologist in the United States to treat MS patients for CCSVI. On January 10, he presented a broad overview of the evidence supporting a connection between the vascular abnormalities collectively known as CCSVI and Multiple Sclerosis. His presentation was followed by an informative question-and-answer session with the audience.
I'm on the Patient Advisory Board of the CCSVI Alliance, and, since I made my living in the TV and video business before MS forced me to "retire", I edit most of the videos that the Alliance sponsors. Below are videos of Dr. Dake's presentation, which I think you'll find quite interesting and informative. The video is broken into two parts, each about 10 minutes in length. The first includes highlights of Dr. Dake's prepared presentation, and the second is comprised of the question-and-answer session that followed.
Please check out the CCSVI Alliance's website (click here) for more videos and comprehensive information on all things CCSVI.