flipflopper wrote:I do hope you get accepted into the trial Ewizabeth! I went for my first screening visit Nov 14. I still haven't received the phone call telling me if MRTC's where found in my blood. I always thought of myself as a patient person...until now. I'll keep everyone updated once I find out if I was accepted for this clinical trial.
Lyon wrote:AWIGHT EWIZABETH!! CONGWATUWATIONS!!
I'm happy for you and I hope everything goes well through the rest of it!
It's opportune that you mentioned specifically what you did. I remember them telling my wife that if she had an exacerbation during the trial she could utilize other treatments and I remember thinking "Damn right, she's going to do what she needs to do regardless of the trial". I didn't realize they meant that she could utilize other treatments and stay in the trial. Cool!
Wow, maybe we should have some T shirts made with guinea pigs on the front!
I'm glad things are going well so far and I'm glad you're excited about it!
Lyon wrote:Gosh I'm sorry to hear that it's going to take so much adaptation on your part.
My wife doesn't have allergies that we're aware of but we'll have to inspect any prescriptions she gets in the meantime because they put steroids in a lot of things nowadays and don't bring it to your attention.
Until you mentioned it I'd forgotten that Opexa bought or combined with that Chinese or Korean company working on the diabetes vaccine.
sh8un wrote:Good luck guys...I am very happy for you. Thank you for posting your experiences.
Lyon wrote:I had wondered earlier if Tovaxin acted far enough back in the immune process to show improvement with allergies but it focuses specifically on myelin reactive T cells so I suppose not.
Lyon wrote:CAT?? No, really I like cats.
Kind of taste like chicken.....if you cook them right
ewizabeth wrote:Yes, do let us know when you find out Flipflopper. I don't know how long it takes for them to test for the MRTC's... I'll have the tests late December, and we'll be on vacation Jan 14-21 so they won't be able to do anything with me during that time anyway. It is a fairly demanding trial, but I think it will be well worth it!
I am technically accepted, but I do need to have enough of the MRTC's of course.
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