On the Cochrane report which Harry often cites - this said that Copaxone was next to useless. I find it odd that insurance companies and the National Health Service in the UK would pay out huge amounts of money for a drug which had no effect (and has been shown in trials to reduce relapses - whatever that means.)
The only 'truths' are that drugs companies make lots of money from MS drugs, MS treatments always have side-effects, and you'll never see a neuro travelling to work on a push bike (usually a nice new BMW).
PS You know I'm not one to spread rumors, but I heard that you posted so much stuff on Tysabri on the BrainTalk site that the server packed up and the website is down. Please restrict your postings on this site as we don't want the same happening here.
Does it mean that if an untreated person traditionally had one exacerbation per year that going on the crabs would mean 30% less exacerbations or that they would be 30% less severe or both?
Having the cost of the crabs covered by insurance and the use of crabs accepted by the neuro makes it easier to go with the status quo for now since at this point my wife's only had one mild exacerbation.
Earlier I had great hopes that things would go quicker regarding research using T suis in MS human trials but even though T suis has proven absolutely safe and effective in earlier IBD human clinical trials, for some reason the FDA is really dragging their heels when it comes to MS.
When I had my house built I had problems with my builder so I made a complaint to the Michigan board which licenses builders. I learned that the boardmembers are builders themselves who are sympathetic to fellow builders. Kind of the fox guarding the henhouse.
where in Michigan do you live?
Laingsburg, near Lansing. It seems a lot of us are from this corner of the world. Members have recently mentioned they were in Toronto, Hamilton, another London (Jimmylegs?).
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