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Damn were good for business

Postby mangio » Tue Feb 16, 2010 9:24 pm

747million Copaxone sales up 25pc!
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Postby nicko » Tue Feb 16, 2010 9:49 pm

You have to love how they can make so much profit on a drug thats pretty much useless. I've been on it for almost a year and have progressed just the same on copaxone as when I was on nothing. So i'm still feeling awful and I have to inject once a day and live with the awful lumps and bruises. Not to mention the continual fear of a IPIR.

I would love to go off it completely, but the local ms clinic says I should stay on something.

c'mon ccsvi change these evil ways!!!
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Postby Vonna » Tue Feb 16, 2010 10:09 pm

I started Copaxone and had three exacerbation's in one year, and felt worse. Started LDN, felt better immediately, stopped the Copaxone. I watched a YouTube video today where this guy was talking about pharmaceuticals. He said they charge $200.00 plus for prozac and their cost is .11 cents! He went down the line with all kinds of overpriced meds.

Nicko, you might consider LDN it's affordable, and effective. Not saying your MS goes away, but I have much more energy with it and less exacerbation's.
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Postby jozee » Wed Feb 17, 2010 3:50 pm

Hi All,

I took copaxone for 3 mnths. after not taking anything for 22 yrs. I had lived with very few symptoms during this time. The start of copaxone was the beginning of my ms struggle. Difficulty walking, tremors. spasticity... I have gone back to my routine of diet and supplements. I'm getting back to normal but definitely feel challanged by the disease. I have taking a 3,6,9 oil blend and flax seeds for years. I think it keeps me healthy. Diet is mostly organic veggies and fruit, chicken and fish for protien.

For me, the drugs did not work. Its very individual.

Hope springs eternal, Jo-Ann
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