Lyon wrote:Good to hear from you Ewizabeth. I was thinking just yesterday that we hadn't heard from you in a while.
Of course there is nothing good about having MS and having to face ANY treatments but it sounds like for your situation, you are considering and doing all the right things.
I don't what progress Opexa's scientists are making in regards to upping the percentage of people whose myelin reactive T cells can be isolated but two years gives them a long time.One thing the neuro stressed to me is that after even one dose of Tysabri, it will disqualify me for most clinical trials in the future...
thank you so much for posting all that you are doing with your life. i am sharing all your postings and comments with my wife melissa who has been diagnosed since 9/07. she has been referred to start taking tysabri and we are trying to research as much as we can. she cannot move her legs at all and she has very little sensation in them. her arms are getting weaker, her speach is getting poorer. she has the spasms in her legs and she was having seizures but since she started taking dilantin they have gone away. she is bed ridden and she will not quit! she wants to walk again, she wants to run. we believe she will!! thank you for sharing your life stories and keep up the good work. we will be praying and believing ou this will work for your situation.
ewizabeth wrote:Thanks Bob,
I even have a plan B in case I develop antibodies. That will be to go to half strength Rebif with more anti-depressants if necessary, just to keep me going until the next good thing such as an effective oral treatment comes along.
I hope your wife is continuing to do well.
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