You know, I really liked this Doc because he painted a complete picture. His first words to me were "I don't think you should do this". He then spent 20 minutes explaining, in detail, all of the things that could potentially happen. I was aware of everything but hearing it from this Neuro kind of made it all hit home. I really went there wanting to know the possible long term problems connected with Campath regarding ITP, tyroid, infection and so on. I don't want to trade one set of problems for another or even worse, keep one and gain new ones. So, for me, the big question was risk/reward and I'm not sure I ever got an answer to that. I think he did his best to show his support for Campath as the "next generation" while remaining cautious. In the end, he did say he felt I was a good candidate and welcomed me as their FIRST potential recipient of Campath (also scary). I asked if he would, or has recommended Campath to any of his patients, he said yes but only if all other therapies had failed. I have refused CRAB from the onset and I think it was hard for him to understand why I would refuse that and pursue this. I responded that I was interested in the most effective treatment. In other words the "home run ball". I think he accepted that and I also think he believes me to be nuts. I haven't been randomized yet so hopefully this is not all pointless.