Redsonja, I see that you are from Germany. Well, I am from Switzerland and please don't get me wrong when I say the following things:
I used to read in German and Swiss MS-forums and usually felt depressed and hopeless. I dislike the fatalistic attitude of the people there, that nothing can be done just accept MS which is why I started to read in international forums. I soon realised that a lot of MS cases are in fact not as hopeless as some of our uninformed doctors want us to believe.
Look, my first neurologist did never hear something about Campath!
Here, in this forum are people who do extremely well with this treatment. They go on with their lives and the ugly head of MS has become a faint shadow. They do Karate again! You might say, that they don't know the long-term effect of Campath. That's true! But I prefer to have my life fully back for 10 years than struggle with a half-life for 30 years.
Or an other exemple: aplastic anemia is a very seriouse and rare condition that till today is considered uncurable. But at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore they treat sufferers with a new (actually not so new) HiCy treatment and the people get better, get their lives back! I don't advice you to get this disease in Europe because here you have no chance.
Like Fighter, I will fight too. What I hate, I cannot accept!