* Ages 15-50
* Three months within the acute onset of neurological symptoms suggestive of multiple sclerosis
* Diagnosis of clinically probable MS (CPMS) C3: 1 attack with at least 1 clinical manifestation in addition to positive brain MRI as defined in the protocol, signifying paraclinical evidence (Poser criteria 1983).
* Positive Brain MRI: at least 4 focal lesions involving the white matter of 3 lesions if one is periventricular > 3mm diameter, each
* Negative pregnancy test and use of effective contraceptives for female patients who are sexually active.
* Signed written informed consent
Lyon wrote:Any statements or articles I've found regarding their version of the T Cell Vaccine have been very non-specific and very cautiously worded. I've gotten the idea that either they are very modest or their version of T Cell Vaccine isn't nearly as effective as we've been led to believe Tovaxin is.
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