I just read Sarah latest reply and wonder what repercussions my latest antics will have, if any. I have written a careful description of my results, but not my protocol, so far and posted it on a common site here in the States. The last thing I would want to do in life is give false hope to anyone.
I shouldn't worry, the British MS society is a law unto itself. The forum is mainly run by people with MS who don't want to think further than they think they need to. If they are convinced that MS is a manageable auto-immune disease that is what they will think. Also there are people in all walks of life who just can't do anything unless it has been verified right, left and centre.
Many people have found their way to David's site without ever looking at a forum. I never had until not much more than a year ago. So don't worry. Many people are, unbelievably, happy with the way things are, some say MS is the best thing that ever happened to them, but gradually people who think differently will get to hear about other ideas. A year ago I wanted to change the world; well, I still do, really, but know that realistically I am going to have to content myself with just part of the world.
We will just have to get on and 'fight it from the trenches', whilst not leaving site of the fact that we have other things to do as well!