When it comes to a debilitating disease affecting 400,000 Americans and there are treatments in which millions (billions?) has been spent on advertising? Maybe the choice for the insurance companies isn't as simple as we think, regardless of whether or not the effectiveness of the crabs has been proven.
robbie wrote:So does inflammation stop when you graduate to spms? Is this why all the drugs are targeted for aggressive rrms. Is it just me in thinking that any drug that can help spms would help all kinds of ms. with spms what is happening in the body compared to rrms? It feels like I am worse everyday, is that more inflammation? The bottom line is probably that by the time that it gets to spms there is permanent damage done so then were counting on them coming up with some drug that makes myelin.
When you look at researchers due you think there is any talk that people with spms are to far gone lets so
Concentrate on the ones that have a chance. What about the folks that start out with spms I just don’t get it.
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