I've been on Tysabri for 14 months and am very happy, the big risk is always there true, but neuro keeps a close eye and Tysabri gives you a caseworker, I can call anytime I need help, reassurance, have a question, they are great.
I had a chance to go with gly... But didn't like the cardiac data. We have people on here who have been on Ty for over 4 yrs
thank you sarah for your experiencing, and yes my main concern is the fatal brain infection with tysabri and was thinking if i have to change might as well go with the best effective.. before i wrote deaths out of 52,000 ... meant 52 so same as the pill 1out 1000. I am getting my blood done monday and will be picking on the 26th which one... im scared but im pretty sure tysabri is what i am going to go with. had ms from 22 to 26.. also scared that if this dont work than what? you know? there aint nothing else out there so that also scares me
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