Thank you all
Dr. Schelling's words:
""Re: FTY720/Fingolimod/Gilenia. Skyrocketing of disastrous side-effects of inexpedient MS (multiple sclerosis) medications has to be expected.
Attending phenomenon: The neurological community's failure of considering further data which would preclude pronouncing a diagnosis of MS will be deepened.
Dear Mr. Arlett,
The barriers preventing access to oral medications are weaker by far in comparison to parenteral ones. Particular care has thus to be taken not to admit the prescription of oral medications whose side-effects may dramatically outweigh their potential benefits.
A famous neurologist has admitted that all medications given for MS can be likened to shots given into a dense fog. This alerts to reconsidering the following fundamental precaution:
A diagnosis of MS is to be made only after having excluded each and any identifiable kind of pathological process which may result in a patient's neurological affections.
As shown in www.ms-info.net
, the neurological community has as yet been reluctant to consider a solid body of evidence proving, without any shadow of doubt, that some prospective MS patient's neurological disorders are clearly central venous in origin. More and more findings of CCSVI in large numbers of MS patients will presently further underline this fact.
We expect your decision for generally admitting an oral medication of FTY720/Fingolimod/Gilenia for treating MS will pay due attention the given circumstances.
Franz Schelling, M.D."