You're not the first person who has brought up that example but I've never read the report and I'd like to so I'm going to try to find it online and read it before responding.
If it really was a case of MS to begin with, it was a weird one. Maybe it happens but I've never heard of anyone as young as 17 dying of a single MS exacerbation and I don't remember reading of anyone at any age dying from an exacerbation?
Doesn't it seem that a fatal exacerbation being admittedly very, very rare automatically make the situation not representative of the vast majority of MS cases and gives good reason to question whether it was MS at all?
You mentioned in an earlier post that there were a lot of critics of this information.
I can't really find about it either positive or critical but as far as I'm concerned that doesn't affect it's credibility. When MS is involved it seems that if something doesn't fit the preconceived notions of the mainstream it goes nowhere.
I'm glad you mentioned that because I was going to ask you what your "favorite pony" is. I'm not familiar with Prokarin so you've given me something else I need to look up.
I was a little dissapointed to find that one of the first pages I clicked on wanted $19.95 plus $5.00 shipping and handling for a book but I did find some free information on the site that I am reading now.
So far it's interesting.
Lyon wrote:notasperfectasyou wrote:So, maybe, just maybe, altering the immune system with stuff like Novantrone can provide a second chance by reseting the system to a more normal state. Of course, even if that's the case, we don't know if the same mystery agent is lurking a ready to start the process over again. Maybe a study of folks who didn't get any benefit from Novantorone is needed. napay
I agree. I hope for the best but it will be interesting to see what the long term results are after the treatments.
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