One could always order LDN or minocycline from overseas over the web.
want2bike wrote:According to Dr. Bergman LDN is the only drug he has found which helpful in treating MS. It is cheap so the doctors do not like it.
want2bike wrote:According to Dr. Bergman LDN is the only drug he has found which helpful in treating MS.
I'm currently attending Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles to get my Doctorate in Chiropractic.
HarryZ wrote:Not sure what you have read or not read on this forum but it's no secret that the DMDs have very minimal effect on MS and are prone to all kinds of side effects. Very expensive to take and little efficacy on MS makes them a poor choice. Wanna's comments about them are old history.
It's all the other ludicrous comments that he makes that don't belong on this forum.
I am well aware of the general sentiment of this forum against the medical establishment. I don't think your statement is accurate for all MSers (except for the expensive part).
For instance, for a young person with low disability and highly active relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis who happens to be JCV Ab negative, tysabri is often highly effective (at least in the short run), well tolerated, and safe.
Of course, it is very expensive (especially in the united states), but if you have health insurance and don't have to absorb the entire cost, you probably wouldn't be too concerned about this.
You've never been to any NMSS meetings and talked to people who think tysabri is a miracle drug?
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