Wow-too good to be true? Nanotechnology- Immune therapy

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Wow-too good to be true? Nanotechnology- Immune therapy

Postby reallyreally » Sun Nov 18, 2012 2:36 pm ... 111312.php

I guess this is just getting picked up by national media.

Looks like phase 2 is only recruiting newly diagnosed:

"A phase 2 trial will explore how effective the therapy is in newly diagnosed patients, and will expand the sample size for further evaluation."

trisca wrote:
And if it is a real breakthrough and solves it, how long before all the studies are done and we can actually get the treatment?
\ long, I wonder also. 7-10 years? Haven't even started or gotten funding for phase 2. Sounds like Switzerland is further along. I'll start saving my money now!
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Re: Wow-too good to be true? Nanotechnology

Postby Lainie » Mon Jan 28, 2013 6:23 pm

I think your optimism about this depends on how much you believe that studying a mouse with Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis can tell scientists about a human being with Mulitple Sclerosis.
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