I posted my experience in the drug pipeline forum but here you go. Only had one episode in Nov 2006 for three weeks that was a minor inconvenience. And it was gone as fast as it came. After many tests, Dr Freedman said I had MS. The clininc here in Ottawa called me last AUgust, and by November, I was on this drug. Dr. Freedman cannot determine whether I am on the placebo or not, but in any case, no side FX, nothing good or bad to report. I am, and feel very normal with an EDSS of 1.0. I pop a pill every evening and that is it. I wish I had more to report but I do ot find anything different about me or what is going on. Fortunately, I feel 100% normal, and if you met me, you wouldn''t even think I have MS. I am an excellent candidate for this drug trial since I am not seeking a magic solution to rid me of MS because except for the MRIs and LP, I am doing great. Will this change as time goes by, who knows, but if this drug proves worthy, I strongly believe that it will be a GODSEND for all those experiencing MS. One small simple pill, taken daily, and no needles or sidefx.