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Coming to America... ?

"Data from a centralised retrospective analysis of clinical outcomes from patients with progressive multiple sclerosis were presented at the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC) and Cooperative Meeting with Americas Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ACTRIMS) in May 2013. Poster"

From the manufacturer's website.
Maybe I will see Aimspro recieve fda approval in my lifetime.
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The controversy behind goat’s blood for MS therapy

It was 2007 when an article in the U.K. had taken Daval International Ltd. to task for not doing clinical trials on their drug, Aimspro. The article had brought up how, in seven years, only two very small trials had been done and of them, “one was inconclusive and the other was stopped early.”

Aimspro is only available in Britain under their “compassionate-use” regulations and that means, like CCSVI, patients have to use their own ...
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I tell you all read my post on the bottom cause this drug is a miracle and would b a blessing if I was able 2 get on it again. I coldnt jog,run,hardly write and a bunch other thingsb4 i took this med. It's a shame the fda doesnt have this drug out yet.
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why is this forum so QUIET?

I was looking for some recent information on Aimspro -- status in particular, because Daval's website is so dreadfully obsolete, but I am finding the same thing in this forum.

Is no one interested in Aimspro?
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Aimspro in Multiple Sclerosis study recruiting


A Randomised, Double-blind, Placebo Controlled Study of Aimspro in Multiple Sclerosis

We would like to invite you to take part in a research study. To help you decide if you would like to volunteer please take time to read the following information carefully.

The aim of this trial is to find out if regular Aimspro injections provide a suitable therapy for bladder symptoms in patients suffering from MS.
To date, there have been ...
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SF1019 Patent infringement or is it?

Has anyone seen this or can shed some light on it? ... ou-decide/

Patent infringement?

I am a stockholder of Immunosyn and are angry at the without substance posts, both here and on other boards about the alleged patent infringement. I have spent the last two days researching this and I hope that some will read my comments. On the stock price and legal problems with the Argyll ...
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where are we?

Could someone give me a brief overview of where this treatment is at? Mr Osmond has some in my local group asking questions, I have no answers.
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I have been trying to get hold of a private prescription for Aimspro for some time. My GP and neurologist say no, as do many private doctors that I have contacted. I just want to give it a go, but I am failing at the first hurdle. I am looking for a doctor in the Surrey or south west London area who is prepared to consider prescribing it for me. Does anyone have any good ...
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17/03/08 - St George's Hospital Trial Judgement ... php?nid=36

17/03/08 - St George's Hospital Trial Judgement

The Board of Daval International Limited decided, in 2004, to terminate the first full-scale clinical trial of AIMSPRO at St George's Hospital, London. The Company had drawn on a broad range of Medical and Pharmaceutical opinion to form this important decision, which was necessitated by the sub-standard handling of trial medication at the hospital's pharmacy, with the possible risk ...
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