Campath results at ECTRIMS

A board to discuss the soon-to-be released drug Campath as a treatment for Multiple Sclerosis

Postby raven » Sat Nov 03, 2007 5:41 am


Campath was administered to me in Cambridge not Bristol. The trial is run by Dr Alasdair Coles not Prof Neil Scolding. There is no connection between the two other than they know each other.

The benefits that I have had are entirely due to Campath as I have undertaken no other therapy.

Prof Scolding is my neurologist but his SCT trials have nothing to do with Campath. As it happens I have an annual appt to see him on Thursday and I will certainly ask him about them (assuming that I get to see him, as sometimes I end up with a flunky instead)

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Postby Brainteaser » Sat Nov 03, 2007 5:21 pm

Thanks for that clarification, Robin. Being an Aussie, clearly my UK geography is not the best and I assumed (wrongly) that you were having the treatment in Bristol. :roll:

But as you see Prof. Scolding, yes it would be great to get some feedback on his stem cell trials.

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