I've just about forgiven you for wearing that shiny shirt.
If it hastens forgiveness at all, I've since sold that shirt on Ebay and made a tidy profit. I think I might have mentioned in the advertisement that the shirt had belonged to Barry Gibb in the 1980's. It's hell getting old and senile, but it is profitable.
Here is another piece of research published today.
Thankfully, my wife's MS has been so mild that I haven't put much time into neuroprotection/regeneration, but my naivety' led me to believe that hopes for stem cells didn't involve just remyelination but actually reconnecting neural pathways, which I assume means regenerating axons. From your understanding do stem cells offer that hope, and if not do you know of any research/hopes/speculation on what might regenerate axons/nerves?