cheerleader wrote:Jeff has stayed on copaxone (now once every 3 days) because he loves his neuro and trusts her opinion.
It's funny that THAT very thing has been going through mind in the last couple of hours in regards to this topic.
My wife's neuro in the Tovaxin trial (female, about 50ish, trained at Georgetown by John Kurtzke) bragged that during her career she had never had anyone on Copaxone progress to the wheelchair, which four years later still rattles through my head because I've always been at a loss regarding what to make of it.
While I have great respect for her education and experience, Copaxone might actually be wondrous stuff OR a thousand other variables might come into play allowing her statement to be true, yet possibly misleading.
I don't have MS but MS still makes my brain hurt.