here is an important paragraph from their press release -- you can find the whole release on their site at http://www.nutrapharma.com
The study was conducted by researchers in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at the University of Saskatchewan. The lead researcher, Associate Professor Dr. Adel Mohamed, reported that the preliminary results indicate that RPI-78M inhibited the development of acute as well as the relapsing phases of the EAE in Lewis rats. The report also stated that, if confirmed, these preliminary results suggest that it is of interest to initiate clinical trials on MS patients using the drug. The conclusion of the report stated that it seems within the realm of possibility that RPI-78M may be as, if not more, therapeutically efficacious as the current interferon drugs in the treatment of neurologic disease.