"If you have MS today," says Wong, "You are in a much better place than you ever have been, not only because of the treatments that are available that were not available 15 years ago, but also because so many people are interested in the disease."
Should I feel happy now, because some Mr Wong, who is unknown even to his own mother, says I should?
And what drugs is he talking about? Major disability comes from the progressive forms, for which no treatments exist. MS research is christmas tree oriented, counting lesions, not daring to measure disability.
So how better is our place, Mr Wong? I guess your pocket is full of money granted for such useful research of the kind 'Rebif vs Copaxone: Patients whose name is George have 0.43 new lesions when taking Rebif."
The very happy,