An Itinerary in Light and Shadow by a real "Painter of Light"...........Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MSi in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent. Still slowly improving and no exacerbation since starting. EDSS was 7, now 2, less on a good day.
Yesterday I found this link, a blog written by a retired child psychiatrist in an English hospital who writes as Am Ang Zhang, born in Shanghai in 1947.
He has written a book called "The Cockroach Catcher" about a fictional doctor's reflections as a child psychiatrist. The page of his blog is about something many of you will have read before:
“Ignoring the Evidence: Diagnosis of his wife’s progressive multiple sclerosis would not have taken so long had doctors taken a proper history, says Dr David Wheldon.”
There are many more links in the piece, about Vanderbilt, the links of CPn to other diseases and also green iguanas and I am posting this to show that the word is slowly getting out, even if the photograph of Ram Sriram was taken in 1999.............Sarah