Have you had any success with a GP yet? The CPn Help site now has a handbook which is quite easy to search through and pick out various things to show your GP:
Also my husband, David Wheldon's site: http://www.davidwheldon.co.uk/ms-treatment.html
contains a pdf file, only six pages long, which summarizes the main points of the treatment very well, and is relatively straightforward for a time pressed physician to go through:
How are you getting on with the minocycline now? Both Chuck Stratton and David prefer now to use doxycycline because it is generally easier to stomach, so people are more likely to stick with it. Yes, it does have slightly less tissue penetration, but it is combined synergically with azithromycin, taken three times a week, which has the effect of both avoiding the build up of resistance and potentiating the effect of the doxycycline.