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Old 08-04-2019, 01:57 PM
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Default HSCT in MS: More a remission than a cure says respected neuro

This new take by neuro Dr. Gnanapavan (who contributes to the Barts MS Blog) is pretty insightful. -D

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In a prose to seduce the weary palate, the British neurologist, I recollect saying: “What should be the aims of HSCT treatment? At worst, remission. At best, a cure“.

I may just have to eat my words....

My earlier enthusiasm towards HSCT somewhat deflated, I am in other ways strangely buoyed by the knowledge that clinicians are now starting to ask the right questions about treatment efficacy in MS. I eagerly await further data on HSCT and its comparative treatments.

https://multiple-sclerosis-research....n-than-a-cure/
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Old 08-06-2019, 05:30 PM
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Here is his earlier HSCT post, which was a tad more positive. -D

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But, if you are in that lucky 30% that achieve a cure with this treatment, then who am I to argue with the facts?

https://multiple-sclerosis-research....a-cure-for-ms/
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