Sunday, December 29, 2013

4 Year Update - Disease still stopped

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I'm going to keep this post very short and simple. It's been four years since my HSCT procedure and my MS is still stopped. My health has been stable and steady for the past couple of years with no use or need of any MS drugs whatsoever. Other transplanted MS patients are now well past a decade of halted disease activity, and still going strong. Clear indication that HSCT is a durable treatment. My future belongs to me and I have no regrets whatsoever having undergone HSCT to beat MS. I won and MS lost. Good riddence.

If you or someone you know is interested to seek HSCT as the most effectively demonstrated treatment for MS (or other hematologically-rooted autoimmune disease, of which there are many), please join our Facebook group forum "Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation for MS and autoimmune diseases." There are many people from all around the world participating that have already received, are planning to receive or helping someone else to receive HSCT for their respective autoimmune disorder. It is a great forum to ask questions, present information, ask or learn about how HSCT treatment can help a great number of people that are curable with HSCT treatment. It is a closed group (to lock out spammers) but if you enter your name we will approve you. Here is the site. . . .!/groups/149103351840242/