Of course, that's my point: revimmune has a regenerative component to it, it stimulates the production of stem cells via the neupogen phase of treatment. The neupogen is given to regenerate the peripheral immune system, but the fact remains it probably does some healing in the brain too.
In the HSCT for MS group treated by Mark Freedman in Ottawa, two years after the stem cell transplant people had sudden unexpected improvements. Dr freedman thinks that is a late benefit of the stem cell treatment that was part of the therapy. Of course these were just standard stem cells taken from the hip grown in the lab and readministered after the chemo and radiation to rebuild the immune system, but the late development of improvment suggests some kind of lengthy process; BTW nerve regrowth (like if you cut a nerve with an accident to your thumb) takes about 2years so it matches up nicely.
see it here http://www.thisisms.com/ftopict-5609.html
I am just pointing out that revimmune because of it's stem cell aspect (even though the numbers are not enhanced in the lab like they are in HSCT) has a regenerative element to it.
It's all good
Those of us in the SPMS phase may have to wait a bit until they let us in, but I am thinking it is going to be good maybe. Let's all hope anyway,