We learn a little more about MS every year, why abandon hope that a cure or at least effective treatment will not be found in our lifetimes? In your own experience you have found an effective treatment for it.
I prefer not to jump on the conspiracy bandwagon and believe the majority of neurologists and researchers are trying to help people not line there pockets.
It ain't paranoia when they really are out to get you. I know a lot of people who are really helping people and I would never say anything against them.
It is impossible to work against the far-reaching influence of drug vendors. Just look at Kirsty Duncan's Private Members Bill. A lot of Conservatives voted for it. But in the end, though it had zero chance of affecting anyone's power (passage of the bill could not in any way endanger the government), it was voted down in an amazing show of party solidarity that was completely the work of the Conservative whip, and proved nothing except that Stephen Harper is The Boss, which he loves to prove at every opportunity, no matter what the cost.
Some researchers and neurologists tend, in spite of good intentions, to line their pockets anyway.
T-Cells are not the only possibility. Many things can damage myelin. Myelin damage is not the only problem.