Kyle wrote:That makes sense. But I am confused when they say SPMS and PPMS do not have inflammation. They just get worse, there is nothing to heal.
If this treatment can make RRMS go into some sort of remission. Thats great, but what if there is a secondary part of this disease thats being missed such as SPMS where it seems to be RRMS first. People recover from attacks with RRMS, yet still seem to go into SPMS.
Maybe they are just putting a bandage on the disease yet not really 'curing' it
Kyle wrote:I always thought no new lesions and no enhancment was always a good thing.
Kyle wrote:gwa, you don't have any lesions at all after 36 years? You sure you have MS?
I personally think anyone in "limbo" should be sent to a higher resolution MRI and the percentage diagnosed with MS in that way should be documented.
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