To Billf: -
Aimspro has been proposed as a treatment for MS and not a cure - but we can always hope for developments in years to come! Meantime I reckon the VAST majority of MS sufferers wouldn't turn their noses up at ANY effective treatment...
To John (JFH): -
Your neuro seems quite typical of a number of closed-minded, so-called "professionals who shoot from the hip before checking their facts properly. If they care to check davalinternational's website and read the R&D section maybe they might see some respected medical experts giving a fairly open thumbs up to Aimspro. How else would it have got to clinical human trials!
He seems to feel happy talking about the design of the trials when he's also clearly talking out of his nether regions! Expression of conservatism? More like an expression of ignorance and frustration at being able to sod-all for the majority of his MS patients!
About the only worthwhile thing he seems to say is to caution against quackery found elsewhere on the net. In this he is absolutely right! There are companies out there who will sell you (from overseas) goat-serum that is only made for medical research. It is potentially very unwise to go this route AT ALL! The only "goat serum" for MS is Aimspro from Daval - it is not available ANYWHERE else - period.
To Felly: -
Thank you! Someone with a level-headed and objective opinion!
To all: -
Yes - of course I'm an Aimspro supporter... I've been on it over 3 years and were it not for this treatment, I'd be bed-bound and incapable of speech by now, if not FAR worse (given the way I was going). As it is I walk using a frame (not a wheelchair much at all these days), still drive my care, take my mum out shopping, and so on.
Anyone wanting to contact me only has to send a personal message.