Author Topic: MS patients may be at lower risk for other illnesses (Danish study)  (Read 98 times)

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Offline ssalimi

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You probably know this already but there's a difference between an immunomodulator and an immunosuppressant. Most MS drugs are immunomodulator but a few are immunosuppressants.

I was also concerned about any tinkering with the immune system. Maybe more is known about the immune system than I realize but it still seems to me to be a risky business to play around with it.

On the other hand, what else has anyone come up with for MS?

Agreed. Sad that the decision is based on picking between the lesser of two evils. I think remyelination is the best chance we have at stopping this disease.


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