Smilingface, forgive me for butting in here, but I was under the impression that novantrone was used for people whose disease was rapidly progressing (or very, very active in the case of RRMS.) Copaxone is maybe a different matter, because some people are given it for progressive disease in the US, but not in the UK where it is judged only to be beneficial for relapsing disease. If you wanted to try one or the other in addition to CAP,I would certainly go for copaxone, since novatrone is a form of chemotherapy.
You say you have made significant gains in fatigue since starting CAP and fumaric acid. This was one of the first things I found, along with cognition, which affected me very badly. Now, you also say all your lesions are cervical, so you are likely to show much longer before you show any gains in your arms and legs, because the lesions in the cervical spine will be causing a bottle neck. My lesions were all, or nearly all in the head, just starting to go lower, so there was plenty of space to find new pathways to bypass the damage.
Now, you might get a quicker response to your question if you also ask it in the copaxone and novantrone forums........Sarah
An Itinerary in Light and Shadow Completed Dr Charles Stratton / Dr David Wheldon abx regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years. Still improving with no relapses since starting. Can't run but can paint all day.