Lyon wrote:Pretty intense Patrick, but a real interesting outlook.
Lyon wrote:Oddly, earlier there was a thread at ThisIsMS which discussed the fact that people likely to enroll in clinical trials were also more likely to be the sort to try alternative therapies, supplements and mega dose vitamins....with the point being that those same people would also be less likely to avoid doing "everything in their power" to fight MS..ie: be less likely to restrict themselves to abide only the terms of a clinical trial.
Lyon wrote:We've obviously noticed along the way that there is long list of known substances which can mask mrtc's and "goof up" Tovaxin treatment. We can only guess whether the list is complete or if there are other substances which negate the effect of Tovaxin in the same way that certain factors seem to render other vaccines useless.
I doubt we'll ever know, but it would be interesting to know what percentage of Tovaxin IIb participants involved themselves in other things, and I'd guess the percentage was fairly high.
Then again, I don't think Lew has done anything "funny" along the way and hasn't seemed to experience any benefit from being on the "real thing" for some time.
Lyon wrote:I don't blame you for your anticipation, but even though I've heard people mention that steroids are clear of your system in 30 days, from things I heard at the beginning of the Tovaxin IIb it seemed that steroids were masking mrtc's up to 90 days. With that in mind, waiting as long as possible might just increase the odds of a favorable result.av8rgirl wrote:If I knew what is causing my negative MRTC test results, I would be elated at this point. This 90 day waiting period between blood draws in killing me!!
Chrishasms wrote:So what exactly I repeat did those Alabama folks do besides get worse? Nothing they were making the data look bad and Opexa saw it as a last ditch effort at not wasting Investor money. The Final Solution in clinical trials.
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