Hello Seeva, I live in the UK, not far from London and my doctor is also my husband: David Wheldon. I don't know for certain where I was tested: I think it might have been Southmead Hospital in Bristol.
I responded to the treatment very quickly because my disease was very active at the time. This tends not to happen with people who are just on a slow decline and may take quite a few months before they see any change. One person I know actually took nearly a year before she saw any change, but she was older than most people trying this: I don't know how relevant this is.
What you must realise though, is that you might be able to do no more than stop the progression, but that in itself is worthwhile I think. I did improve far more than simply stopping progression but I can't say for certan why this was: maybe it was just pure bloody-mindedness and determination because I did spend lots of hours trying to use a paintbrush and then throwing away the results. The first improvement both I and everyone else noticed though, was the return of clear thinking and of speech. So do please try the treatment again and let us all know how you are doing.
An Itinerary in Light and Shadow Completed Dr Charles Stratton / Dr David Wheldon abx regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years. Still improving with no relapses since starting. Can't run but can paint all day.