welcome chele, you are at that point i was at 4 years ago almost to the day. it's a scary time.
i too was offered the chance to participate in a study and apply for government funding to pay for rebif... but i declined. its really a choice you need to make for yourself.
i had personal reasons to believe nutrition or lack of it was a major contributor to my illness, and i still have a number of problems with the dx process. (my doctors disagreed with me that 15 years of strict veganism might have something to do with my spinal cord degeneration).
i did a lot of reading and i mean 8 hours a day for months and months, before i felt like i could properly look up and look around me at the rest of life again.
one way to perhaps filter your reading is to search for other seemingly unrelated health issues you might have had in the past, or that run in your family, and search for the possible links between those issues and MS. that way you can start to understand linkages and maybe see a way forward for yourself individually.
if you have not heard about CCSVI, try reading some of that forum. it's the big new thing in MS. i tried to look into getting tested but the canadian W5 piece on liberation treatment aired before i got around to it and now that option is going to have to take a back seat for a while i guess!
personally my main thing for combating ms has been nutrition. there are a lot of protocols out there and i agree with some ideas and not with others. so i have a sort of personalized approach cobbled together from a few thinkers on nutrition and ms, past and present.
happy reading, let us know what you find out
if you throw out some of the specific things you deal with, i'm sure myself and others who have the benefit of a few years' reading under our belts can point you in the direction of useful info!