Lyon wrote:Yes, all the white blood cells are killed in the process. T and B cells.mrhodes40 wrote:since we are on the subject, are the b cells killed in treatment as well? just curious.
mrhodes40 wrote:I asked because EBV lives in b cells forever once it has been contacted. Since a considerable amount of MS research seems to keep looking at that, I wondered if the EBV is gone as well and thought it might ossibly be another reason for effective therapy
My bias is that MS is probably not autoimmune--No don't argue with me, I realize some of us...Lyon....have good research to back up the other side but I still remain in the side of Behan and Chaudhuri
But taht doesn't mean something like this might not be very effective but for reasons other than we think.
I like it cause it seems to work in the small studies I saw (if you know more post on the research thread I started please) , it is not something with long term impact on your body, and I am all out of wait! EDSS 6, thank you very much, I have to do something and this seems pretty safe to me personally
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