My reading of the NICE * guidelines suggests to me that if you have been given a diagnosis of RRMS and have had TWO relapses in past two years then you should be offered B-Interferon or Copaxone. [http://www.mssociety.org.uk/docs/NICE_A4_guideline_8.pdf ] Just how these guidelines are implemented from area to area and nuerologist to neurologist I'm sure varies widely - back to postcode lottery! But more significantly what constitues a relapse?!
I've found the dietary arguments of Prof Swank [ http://swankmsdiet.org/index.php/diet/about/
] and of Prof Jelinek [ <shortened url
> ] quite convincing and gives me something I
can do for me today
indpendently of any research institute or pharmacutecal company.
* For nonUK folk: NICE is our FDA - nearly.