My guess is that this is all too new for the medical community. I informed my urologist on Nov 26th... he had never heard of it, even though he has many MS patients. My GP had already had a half a dozen MS patients call in crying for the treatment, even though they hadn't done any real research on it (so he just saw it as the latest scam, fake miracle-cure). Only when I went to see him and explained what I had learned (mostly in this discussion group,, thanks to all you pioneers, by the way) did he sit up and take notice: "I've got to learn more about this!" he said.
If people go in armed with the best information (just the facts, not fantasies), we are more likely to turn things around. While my GP explained that the medical community needs to look at these things carefully and was glad that I understood that, he also sympathized and understood when I said that I can't afford to wait for the trials to be complete. Since I could be in a wheelchair in a year or two, even if the liberation treatment stops the progression, it won't undo the damage already done and the longer I wait, the more damage there'll be.