Even more reason to think that the treatment will be available (in at least one country) before (and as effective) as Tovaxin.
So why are people not so excited about it? Or is it just that america has a greater penetration on english web sites?
Not to embarrass Tim or rile people who were down on Tim and his brothers a year ago, but I think there are a couple of good reasons that Tovaxin is more accepted.
First, as Tim hinted, Tovaxin seems to be a more effective and polished product and second, it seems obvious that we wouldn't know nearly as much about Tovaxin if it weren't for Tim and his brothers and their webpage.
Realistically if it weren't for Tim and his brothers, in our eyes, Tovaxin would be much like the Sheba product is currently. Something we'd heard of and which sounded interesting, but also something in which meaningful information is unobtainable.
In hindsight it's impossible to be 100% confident of what my wife and I might have done otherwise, but otherwise we wouldn't be considered clinical trial kind of people. She was recently diagnosed and her MS seemed to be mild. Despite the fact that being diagnosed with MS is a desperate situation in itself, we weren't at the height of desperation and I highly doubt we would have considered ANY clinical trial if I hadn't gotten interested in the "Tim Wesner" controversy (after the fact) which caused me to search and read everything I could about Tovaxin in order to follow the controversy.
I guess it might be said that those who were deriding Tim did far more to promote long term, widespread interest in Tovaxin than Tim and his brothers alone ever could have