The main contention here is that evidence based medicine is the best we have, every link I put up would appear to be going to be denigrated in some way by the ‘experts’ what ever source I choose
So let me ask you the ‘experts’ for some input backed by by links.
Latest figures suggest 100,000 people have a diagnosis of MS in the UK. By all means challenge that number as well if you wish.
Tysabri is the only licensed for MS proven to reduce disease progress. I am excluding Gilenya only because of its status with NICE
How many people are on Tysabi in the UK?
How many other people in the UK are on medication licensed for MS.
From that we should get a percentage number for whom the current evidenced based system has even offered treatment for MS in the UK. Perhaps we can then move the debate on in a constructive way from there