Bromley wrote:Life would be much easier if there were MS drugs which had been proven to halt or reverse the disease and the side effects of the drugs were publicised.
While I agree with you that the neuros should set out the possible side effects of MS drugs, in many respects they are fairly irrelevant to most sufferers because of the nature of this disease. One only has to visit an MS group and see some of those who have had this disease for some time - that scenario is what many are hoping to avoid / lessen when taking the current MS drugs. The fact that there is a chance of having a seizure, liver problems etc by taking the drugs will to many be a risk worth taking if the alternative is the huge list of horrible MS symptoms etc and a possible pretty grim end.
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