robbie wrote:i tried a few years back to get to the stem cell trial in Ottawa but took my neuros advice and didn't do it.
I'd never ask Jeff to stick around longer than he wanted to...speaking as the observer, the wife. Only he knows how much he can take. You know I appreciate your honesty, and so do all the silent thousands that come here for answers. And there are alot of us routing for you.
cheerleader wrote:Hey Rob....
That stem cell trial in Canada didn't really have terrific results-
"Autologous Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation Fails to Stop Demyelination and Neurodegeneration in Multiple Sclerosis"
Gwa's right, they've come a long way since that trial, and docs understand the process even better today. So don't beat yourself up on that one. I'll see if I can find any new trials.
The only thing that "seems" to be working right now is the hicy.
Here's the Stony Brook info....they actually want progressive folks.
http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT0 ... s&rank=136
Please, at least call them and find out if they'll take a brave Canadian with no money.
was his advice based on the fact he thought it might be your end? Thats what you started the thread on wasn't it.robbie wrote:... but took my neuros advice and didn't do it.
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