Multiple Sclerosis Drug Studies: REGARD and BEYOND

Dr. Kantor Health Guide November 07, 2007
  • Multiple Sclerosis care is so rewarding because it is so multi-faceted - from the different types of presentation, different patients, different personalities, and different medication options. Fifteen years ago there were no FDA approved medications for MS. That has changed rapidly and so the pipe...

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  • Anonymous
    m. brown
    Nov. 09, 2007

    i have been diagnosed with MS some 12 years ago. i have had a relapse in july 2006since then, i have been feeling up and down and get tired easily. i was wondering whether there is a drug to arrest this so called relapse, or cure, possibly, a complimentary medicines?

    yours sincerely,

    m. brown

  • AGSerra1
    Nov. 08, 2007
    Thank you for your blog .. I had a "change" in my MRI's which showed one lesion as a bit smaller .. and one that had gotten "deeper" , over a three year period .. I didn't know it was a relapse until I switched neurologists ... how does a person like me, whose cognitive skills are affected , know what is good for me or what...
    RHMLucky777
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    Thank you for your blog .. I had a "change" in my MRI's which showed one lesion as a bit smaller .. and one that had gotten "deeper" , over a three year period .. I didn't know it was a relapse until I switched neurologists ... how does a person like me, whose cognitive skills are affected , know what is good for me or what is bad .. sounds dumb , I know, but it seems I get good information here .. and not my doctor's ?