Who said "Oh, it's not so bad!"
Daunted wrote:Arron wrote:Aimspro is indeed an injectable... curious what Mr. Osmond was referring to.
And did he say anything further about Daval and Aimspro aside from it seemed to be helping?
I'll add a request plea for any information about 1) what oral med he is taking, and 2) how is he is doing on Aimspro? He has some comment on his website about getting Aimspro approved here "so he can get it" but I guess I always assumed he's still been on it!
There is a case for raising awareness of our condition to increase the funding coming in for research, however the NMSS spent 35 million on research last year. I read the annual research summary, am I the only one who interpreted it as a politicians speech, i.e. big on rhetoric and very short on substance?
In short, would an increase in funding actually result in progress?
There are too many entrenched opinions surrounding the condition. and are the NMSS the best people to handle that funding anyway...........?
If we could stand dispassionately back from MS, what would we have others know about it?
raven wrote: As for Aimspro, I have now seen three independent reports from people who are currently taking the drug. All of them are 'It didn't really work for me but I have heard of it performing miracles for others.' I have yet to read unbiased reports from the 'others'.
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