unless we are part of a controlled trial, there is no way to know whether it will be valid for other people or not,
Until researchers identify something absolutely specific to MS...100% of the time and 0% of the time in the general population, the entire situation surrounding MS is going to remain misleading.robbie wrote: because of the way ms is the trials are misleading to
I have no idea what you're talking about but it sounds like we're buddies again!Twisted wrote:I'm sorry if I hurt your feelings: if you want to know what I really think about you go and count your pet bunnies and check the pot that's boiling on the stove…
Lyon wrote:Until researchers identify something absolutely specific to MS...100% of the time and 0% of the time in the general population, the entire situation surrounding MS is going to remain misleading.
Hi Chris,Chris55 wrote:Hey Lyon--your points are very valid and well received. Guess the thought that "my" opinon would have any kind of influence on ANYONE never entered my mind!! (I am but a humble person....) That someone might make a decision on their MS treatment because of something I wrote...well, that's scary and something I would NEVER want to do! Thanks for your insightful perspective!
I admit that MS is heinous, but I guess how they compare to MS depends on which four autoimmune/inflammatory diseases you have. My brother has Crohns. It's different than MS, but I can't say that I'd rather have that than MS.I have what are considered 4 autoimmune diseases myself (nothing like the severity of MS.)
Good post napay! I'm not sure that any of us have to agree on anything more than what you've mentioned and things will turn out right.notasperfectasyou wrote:we are here because we have hope, albeit in different amounts, we do have hope.
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