Paolo Zamboni

Paolo Zamboni

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Salve mi chiamo Paolo Zamboni. Sono un medico ed un ricercatore. Dirigo un Centro di Ricerca all’Università di Ferrara sulle malattie vascolari (www.unife.it/centro/malattie-vascolari).

Credo che non tutti sappiano che la ricerca medica si divide in 2 grossi filoni. Il primo è la ricerca appaltata, in cui l’industria ci chiede di indagare su farmaci o dispositivi medici, oppure come di recente è avvenuto al nostro gruppo, le agenzie spaziali ci incaricano di indagare sulla funzione cardiovascolare nello Spazio. In questo caso chi richiede il nostro expertise ci finanzia.

Il secondo tipo di ricerca è invece quella no profit, libera e indipendente. Questa è la forma di ricerca più innovativa e generatrice di progresso, ma sicuramente anche quella più priva di finanziamenti dedicati, specialmente in questo delicato passaggio storico. Nel nostro Centro ci stiamo dedicando da anni ad una ricerca su Sistema Vascolare Cerebrale e Malattie Neurodegenerative, che appare molto promettente. Abbiamo ad esempio descritto una patologia denominata CCSVI che linka il drenaggio venoso a gravi malattie degenerative. Devo dire che questa ricerca è anche molto controversa ed osteggiata, pertanto ancora più ostacolata nel ricevere forme di finanziamento. A questo filone si dedicano con dedizione giovani ricercatori che accettano di essere pagati con semplici borse di studio, solo perché hanno la sensazione di essere su una traccia importante per chi soffre di patologie quali sclerosi multipla, Meniere, Parkinson, Alzheimer).

Un modo innovativo che abbiamo trovato di finanziare la ricerca è una canzone, scritta ed eseguita da un gruppo di musicisti sensibile ed autodenominatesi Pro CCSVI. La canzone si chiama Mandorlina ed è scaricabile su iTunes e su tutti i più importanti distributori on line. Il ricavato andrà direttamente e totalmente alla ricerca. Ascoltala su questo video su YouTube, e se ti piace scaricala e diffondi il mio messaggio.

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  • Seriously? No. l dont mean to be rude, but lm not going to waist precious time trying to Google what you say. You Google it in English for everyone else.

  • Jes, basically if you watch the video and listen to the music, the students on there are selling it to make money for research, my 8 year old grandson copied and pasted it for me, that's how I know. I wish I had an 8 year old brain, what they can do with theirs is beyond me. Waiting patiently for the picture of your dog. Cheers Jimrka x

  • jimeka l need to help her send the pic to me, yesterday l wasnt doing anything. So will go over today to help her :) If not l will just dress him up again and take it lol

  • Yes,thanks jimeka. Prof Paolo Zamboni is the professor from Unife that first found out about Ccsvi which is supposed to be connected with MS. The opening of juglars veins which i talked about

  • Yes. Sorry. I will translate the post

  • Did you get a trike?

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    Hi my name is Paolo Zamboni. I am a physician and a researcher. I run a research center at the University of Ferrara on vascular diseases (www.unife.it/centro/malattie-vascolari).

    I think not everyone knows that medical research is divided into two major strands. The first is the contracted research, in which the industry is asking us to investigate drugs or medical devices, or as recently happened to our group, the space agencies, they entrust us to investigate the cardiovascular function in Space. In this case those who require our expertise there is funding.

    The second type of research is instead to non-profit, independent and free. This is the form of the most innovative research and generating progress, but certainly also the most devoid of dedicated funding, especially during this delicate transition. In our center we are working for years to research on Cerebral Vascular System and Neurodegenerative Diseases, which looks very promising. For example, we described a condition called CCSVI that links the venous drainage to serious degenerative diseases. I must say that this research is also very controversial and opposed, therefore, even more hampered in receiving forms of financing. In this vein they engage with young dedication researchers who agree to be paid with simple scholarships, just because they have the feeling of being on an important track for those suffering from diseases such as multiple sclerosis, Meniere's, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's).

    An innovative way we found to fund research is a song, written and performed by a group of sensitive and autodenominatesi Pro CCSVI musicians. The song is called Mandorlina and can be downloaded on iTunes and all major online distributors. The proceeds will go directly and entirely to research. Listen to her on this video on YouTube, and download it if you like it and spread my message.

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  • I am sorry truly sorry that l came off sounding rude. There is no excuse, except for having a really really bad day. Again lm sorry. And welcome to the room and l wish you luck in your research.

  • Hope you are having a better day. We all have them, I would hate to think if we all had a bad day on the same day, look out world. I don't know about you but I feel as though the whole world is against me and that no one understands why my body won't work. Also I get a very depressive headache, sending you a hug, God bless Jimeka x