MS: The Drugs Don’t Work

Finally today in the news: drug trials prove that disease modifying drugs do not work to slow the progression of MS. All they do is damage the immune system of people who desperately need to strengthen theirs. The four drugs in the trial were Avonex, Betaferon, Copaxone and Rebif. The only reason these drugs are pushed onto MS patients is because of the outstanding amount of money which pharmaceutical companies make from them. Come on people; stop using the drugs and switch to a healthy lifestyle, that is what will stabilise your MS. Please read the pages of my blog if you are interested in an alternative treatment, Judy Graham’s Multiple Sclerosis – A self Help Guide to Its Management is an essential read. Read here for more information of the drugs trial.

More important links on MS Drugs being ineffective:

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/18/health/research/multiple-sclerosis-drug-doesnt-stop-disability-study-finds.html?_r=0

http://www.direct-ms.org/sites/default/files/Embry%20MS%20Drugs%20Don%27t%20Work%2007%2010.pdf

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7 thoughts on “MS: The Drugs Don’t Work

  1. I tried to look up this study in the medical journal that it says it came from and could not find it. I would really like a list of these drugs.

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