this site is definitely too biased now
This claim is interesting. Therapeutic options discussed in this forum *this weekend* included Kv1.3 inhibitors, immunoadsorption, Betaseron, Tovaxin, low dose naltrexone, Copaxone, Omega-3's, statins, and yes, antibiotics. In plaintive honesty, this seems like quite the variety for a so-called "biased" board.
I have no interest in participating in this artificial drama. Our enemy is MS and not each other. It seems every few months we *grow* through another round of this type of situation. We are all adults here, and we are all interested in discovering means of eliminating MS. I will do my best at reigning in unbridled enthusiasm, since it's quite likely that there are likely many varieties of MS, and one therapy will most likely not work across all of them. Likewise, any therapy that is not approved in a clinical trial setting should be considered experimental and potentially harmful to one's health, requiring the supervision, if not outright support, of a licensed medical doctor. Beyond that... did I mention we are all adults here?
Finn, you know I have nothing but respect for you, your participation, your extensive knowledge, and your personal journey. Thanks for being here for the time you were, and the door is certainly always open should you choose to return. I must say I see a great deal of hypocricy in your decision to remove your posts, a decision which seems counter to your ideal of helping people with MS take advantage of your acquired knowledge. Such decisions both confound and pain me, as members including me and you, have dedicated hundreds of hours of our lives to help create a useful resource for people affected by MS to empower themselves. When infighting damages that resource in any way, it is extremely counterproductive.
Take good care of yourself,