Hey guys, just wanted to share some news I've heard today regarding a family member, and a friend of a family member.
My aunt is in her late 40's, had MS since early 30's. I was too young to remember what she was like in the early days, but she is currently wheelchair bound, and her left hand can no longer function. She has tried all the drugs, re-immune treatments etc, which all made her feel worse. Well apparently the MS Society of Australia has recommended for her to have CCSVI treatment. I was surprised myself.
A friend of a family member is in his early 30's and just diagnosed. His first and current neurologist has also recommended him to undergo treatment, even though his symptoms aren't that severe at the moment.
There are open minded doctors out there who are willing to try new things to help their patients get better.