RE;LONG-TERM OUTCOMES AFTER HSCT FOR M.S

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RE;LONG-TERM OUTCOMES AFTER HSCT FOR M.S

Post by seeva » Fri May 12, 2017 6:57 am

HI Friends
please read
https://www.msif.org/news/2017/05/03/lo ... -ahsct-ms/
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Re: RE;LONG-TERM OUTCOMES AFTER HSCT FOR M.S

Post by shadowfax » Fri May 12, 2017 11:30 am

Wow.....not sure I would want to spend $75,000CAD for a 33% chance of it working. I wonder if those stats could be broke down to include mylo vs non-mylo

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Re: RE;LONG-TERM OUTCOMES AFTER HSCT FOR M.S

Post by Pesho » Fri May 12, 2017 1:54 pm

shadowfax wrote:Wow.....not sure I would want to spend $75,000CAD for a 33% chance of it working. I wonder if those stats could be broke down to include mylo vs non-mylo
"For example, 73% of people with relapsing-remitting MS compared with 33% of people with secondary progressive MS experienced an absence of disease progression at the 5 year post-treatment assessment. - See more at: https://www.msif.org/news/2017/05/03/lo ... 71Nwf.dpuf"
As they say, this treatment is for RRMS. It is good to see that 33% of secondary progressive are doing well. I don't see anything about mylo vs non-mylo though.

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