One more thing about all the negative crap that is thrown about here. I absolutely hope to see results. I am very optomistic about this trial but also mature enough to know that if it doesn't work, I won't be "crushed". The whole MS thing is a major let down in the first place. Why not have hope? I have a friend who is an oncologist and he told me that in almost all of the people he treats who recover there is a common denominator; a positive attitude. He also stated that almost all of the negative attitude patients had much harder times recovering if they recovered at all.
That is why we get so hopeless feeling at times. This isn't like cancer. There is no possibility (at least for now) of the "when this is over" scenario. There is no light at the end of the tunnel. No painful, awful therapy that we can endure and possibly kick it. That being said I will use my favorite quote "The beauty of doing nothing is that you can do it perfectly. Only when you do something is it almost impossible to do it without mistakes. Therefore peple who are contributing nothing excepth their constant criticism can feel both intellectually and morally superior."
I use this quote because yes, I may be just blindly hoping this will work, but at least I'm not sitting on my duff offerring nothing more than skepticism for anything new. The overwhelming response is "Good Luck", but I have become successful to this point in my life by ignoring critics and I think I'll continue to do so.