Biogen says it is more interested in developing a blood test
scorpion wrote:I agree with this gentleman's assessment. Although it is a tragedy five have died taking Tysarbi it seems the benefits may outweigh the slight risk!!!
10yearsandstillkicken wrote:I had an infusion Monday and the PML is really starting to weigh on me. There are no other options as I have had it with shots. Well, no other drug options. Maybe CCSVI http://www.thisisms.com/forum-40.html will pan out. Harry, you had a chnace to look into CCSVI? I am curious what you think. A test to know if the virus was building might allow us to stop before physical effects were noticed. Damn few options here.....
Harry I know you like to learn. There is so much CCSVI stuff on this board now that you probably hardly know which part of the elephant to eat first because it's so big, but I think you will be taken aback at some of the reasoning behind the theory; and it IS still in that category for sure. To quote Cheer, I'm just sayin..
Harry, I am sure you have nothing better to do. But i'd be curious what you think after reading the studies that are sprinkled throughout . http://www.ms-mri.com/
HarryZ wrote:Perhaps CCSVI may provide relief to many MS patients but this procedure is going against the current world of MS medicine and we all know how difficult that is to change.
"There is only one nature - the division into science and engineering is a human imposition, not a natural one. Indeed, the division is a human failure; it reflects our limited capacity to comprehend the whole."
- Bill Wulf
Difficult...but not impossible, my dear Harry. Make sure to watch W5 this Saturday at 7pm EST for the story of love and healing. Dr. Zamboni is the mate of an MS patient...like you and me.
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