You have no idea how NOT funny this sounds. I am not a lover of running by any stretch of the term, however, it is something I truly miss, and it highlights my disability to myself in a big way. I can truly understand your excitement!raven wrote:It may seem like a funny thing to get excited about but I haven't been able to run since 2002-3. At times a slow shuffle was the best I could manage.
I am not a lover of running by any stretch of the term
I am definitely glad you decided to post this. Please, keep doing it. I love having someone to be jealous of.raven wrote:I must admit that I was in two minds about posting at all.
On the other hand I also believe that Campath is a very important advance in the treatment of MS. By making public my experience so far, perhaps it will give those who are suffering this awful disease some hope that treatments are continuing to be developed that stand a real chance of if not beating, at least holding at bay the relentless progression.
It was a close call but I decided upon the latter.
Do you (or anyone) know if there has been a long term follow up of patients that have done Campath? What is the longest a patient has been (i.e. after the treatment) on this? is there any papers on the long term results using their current procedures?
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