Too bad they didn't do that up front, though.
Shoot, if somebody like little stupid peon me
found the medical and corporate evidence that I did (months ago) and then pushed for the very
cautions and protocols you just said (in my letter to the FDA and others), then I still am just literally shocked and dismayed to think that supposed higher learned professionals than me and governmental entities couldn't see that same thing.
Either that or I'm WAY more intelligent and underestimated than I thought, and worse yet, WAY underpaid!!!!!!
I'm a new member and avid trying-to-catch-up reader who had the misfortune to have his first dose of Tysabri on February 25th. When I called the nurse practitioner on Monday, she seemed surprised that I had "heard" so quickly. I told her I hadn't!
I've been reading a number of your postings, and my preliminary view is that, indeed, you are way more intelligent, underestimated, and underpaid than many so-called experts in the MS arena. I take my hat off to you. I wish I had read about your research and your regimen before last week.
I was particularly unimpressed with the NMSS expert's opinion that you need to get beyond "mere" symptomatic relief if you want to have a shot at a serious research project. Please tell him there are many patients in the world for whom symptomatic relief will do just fine.
All my best,