Things are still in the early stages, but what has been written about so far is intriguing and leading to some annoying conspiracy theories (one is at the end).
The story has a great romantic side as Zamboni was motivated by his own wife's MS.
I can't help but wonder that since his specialty is Vascular areas that it's one of those "When you have a hammer, every problem is a nail" things, but maybe it really is a nail. All in all it's very intriguing and I will be watching it develop.
Oct article by the MS Society basically saying it's interesting, but more information/research is needed.
Zamboni's own web site
His linkedin page:
One bordering on wacky conspiracy article is here
I left a comment that they'll never approve so here it is:
You need to have a citation for the "[Drug companies] in an uproar" comment as there's no obvious Google evidence for it at all. At this point it looks like you just made that up.
And there is no "unbelievable array of drugs prescribed for MS" There is only the ones you explicitly list: A.,B.,C.,R., and Tysabri and that's it. Everything else listed is just for secondary symptoms that someone may or may not get....
The MS Society in the US has said that if they get a solid research proposal they'll likely fund the research.