patientx wrote:I don't know, but, no matter what the cause of MS, no one questions that immune cells are migrating from blood vessels into the brain tissue.
patientx wrote:So, it wouldn't be too much to assume that most of the damage will take place near the site of the migration, i.e. the blood vessels.
Lyon wrote:I do remember raven/Robin mentioning a research paper derived from Campath stats (1 1/2 years ago??) and their conclusion at that time (if I remember correctly) was that people with MS, in general, have incomplete or faulty homeostatic expansion, because after Campath ablation, certain T cells still hadn't returned to normal numbers, long after they should have.
At this point I'm not sure how to look that paper up because I've forgotten the names of the researchers...maybe search "campath homeostatic" in pubmed??
it also seems that, for some reason, the researchers want to push the name Alemtuzumab rather than Campath 1h
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