Talisker wrote:It would probably be a one off treatment as it states "with one-time induction therapy with high-dose cyclophosphamide". The study was only looking at the long term effects after treatment.
HarryZ wrote:Hey, why not use it on MS patients? They have been trying these types drugs for years based on MS being an auto-immune disease...which has never been proven!
By that logic there should be no treatments offered for MS and many other medical conditions in which we do not know the cause with 100%
Vikingquest wrote:It is insane that this treatment is still floundering and trying to scrounge together the cash to get into phase III. It should be recieving a substancial injection of money and world-wide interest. Screw injecting inteferons or swallowing pills for the meagre benefit of slowing progression, when all you need is to take this and go on copaxone for a good chance of actually halting progression.... it is utterly stupifying that this is still fighting for phase III trials and only goes to further illuminate the twisted system of modern capitalism which breeds profit-seeking pharmecutical companies who only look for treatments they can patent, and ideally ones you need to keep buying for the rest of your life. Tell me there isn't something utterly immoral about that?
Where the hell are the NIH when you need them?
Is there a place where you can pay to get this done privately, and with your own cash?
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