Histamine, LDN, CCSVI & Lyme Dx MS Therapies

Michael Eisenberg
Ocrevus
Tue Apr 18, 2017 21:08
2601:602:501:2040:2457:31d5:99ba:86a8

Saw a neurologist today first time in many years. He recommended a new drug just approve last month called Ocrevus. First time I've considered taking anything other than LDN .

I think I'll try it if insurance will cover it.

https://www.nationalmssociety.org/About-the-Society/News/FDA-Approves-Ocrevus?s_src=connect-fy17-awa-cpc&s_subsrc=grant-wbv-&utm_source=grant&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=connect-fy17-awa&utm_content=wbv-&gclid=CN7Ayuunr9MCFYVqfgod_YgCjw

    • Re: Ocrevus JoyceF, Fri Apr 21 16:05
      This is actually not new at all. In fact, it is the new patentable drug to replace Rituximab that lost it's patent just recently. I really am not that fond of jumping on the bandwagon for new drugs... more
      • Ocrevus Michael Eisenberg, Sat Apr 29 16:11
        Ocrevus is only a twice a year infusion
    • Re: Ocrevus Johanne F, Wed Apr 19 14:37
      I just came back from a symposium on the latest studies and research for ms. Ocrevus(ocrelizumab) is for primary progressive ms and has a 24% decrease of symptoms. They also confirmed that exercise... more
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