HSCT

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iKat
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HSCT

Post by iKat » Thu May 16, 2013 1:59 pm

I have decided to have HSCT procedure. I know it's still experimental but it has good results. I know I could wait sitting on my hands taking useless MS medications and wait miracle cure or I can do something now to help myself. I am hoping to have this done over the summer months and recover all fall and winter back home in Colorado.

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Re: HSCT

Post by Asher » Fri May 17, 2013 4:32 am

Of you are RRMS this is your best option at this point in time. Good luck :smile:

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Re: HSCT

Post by iKat » Fri May 17, 2013 5:07 am

I am RRMS but had MS for over 25 years. I was stable for many years no progression. But this last relapse what a slap of reality and I feel this is a better option vs the meds out there. I have 2 little girls that need me.

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Re: HSCT

Post by UWE59 » Sat Jun 08, 2013 4:57 am

iKat wrote:I am RRMS but had MS for over 25 years. I was stable for many years no progression. But this last relapse what a slap of reality and I feel this is a better option vs the meds out there. I have 2 little girls that need me.
Is HSCT also good for SPMS? (MS since 23 years, still walking with a cane, but worse !!)
I try to get contact to University of Heidelberg, Germany, because this is my hometown.

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Re: HSCT

Post by FBF » Mon Aug 19, 2013 4:49 am

UWE59 wrote:
iKat wrote:I am RRMS but had MS for over 25 years. I was stable for many years no progression. But this last relapse what a slap of reality and I feel this is a better option vs the meds out there. I have 2 little girls that need me.
Is HSCT also good for SPMS? (MS since 23 years, still walking with a cane, but worse !!)
I try to get contact to University of Heidelberg, Germany, because this is my hometown.

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Uwe
HSCT can Stop MS progression in 78% of patients in this population grouping(SPMS).

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Re: HSCT

Post by zen2010 » Sat Sep 07, 2013 5:07 am

Hi All,

People who went throught HSTC : Can you please advise how long it took before feeling any improvement (if any)?

Thks a lot

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Re: HSCT

Post by rishabharora23 » Sun Sep 15, 2013 9:37 pm

Hi I am a MSP ,48 can anyone please tell me contact info of DR.rauthan.

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