Daval International have reached the final trials of Aimspro, the treatment derived from goat's blood serum, and will soon be applying for approval of the drug to be licensed. To this end the Aimspro patient lobby group are encouraging all interested parties to write to their MP, or to The Secretary of State for Health, John Reid, to raise awareness within political circles of the enormous benefits the drug can bring and of the interest within the MS Community.
This is likely to be of immense interest to the many multiple sclerosis sufferers who have visited this site looking for information on this potentially, revolutionary, new treatment. There have been so many potential new treatments for multiple sclerosis over the years which have been of benefit to some, but Aimspro would appear to benefit many more sufferers to a much greater extent, in some cases.
If you would like to help raise awareness of this new drug from Daval International please write to your MP or to the Secretary of State for Health. You may be helping yourself and many other multiple sclerosis sufferers.
Mr Alan Milburn, MP
Secretary of State for Health
Department of Health
London SW1A 2NL
NEWS: Dr Bryan Youl, the consultant neurophysiologist
leading the clinical research programme for Daval, has provided us with some
important news. He is delighted to report that the observations already made in
the central nervous system (in Multiple Sclerosis patients) are being echoed by
similar findings in peripheral nerves (outside the brain and spine). This is an
exciting development. He is also encouraged by the increasing interest in
Aimspro shown by growing numbers of specialist colleagues. The breadth of
experience now being amassed is leading to greater certainty about the novel
mechanisms of action of the medication and expanding the possibilities for its
As of 20th September 2006 18:45 the Aimspro Patient Lobby Group have 9,871 signatories to their petition. Add your name to the petition - Sign Here
The Patient Lobby Group started life as a small group of people, most with MS, some of whom had taken part in the Aimspro trials. Today Proventus are a registered UK charity with a broad and well-defined set of objectives.
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