Jun 272004
 

What I found disturbing about the initial Campath 1H study of secondary progressive patients is that they continued to get worse even though the disease progression had been stopped. This had been theorized before but seemed to be confirmed by this study that the oligodendrocytes were being damaged/killed resulting in myelin not being replaced. This caused concern because their function must be repaired or replaced in any successful remyelination effort.

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