So there you have Hillary Rubin's take on MS and MSers.
(And for those of you who feel cheated by this transcript and its brevity, drop me a line and I'll try to get ,
I quite like her refreshing approach towards and disability, the focus being on the ability and less on the "dis".
And listen for further episodes of this podcast because I'm going to be interviewing someone from Teva Pharmaceutical [ http://www.tevausa.com/ ] about their "Bravo" trial of an oral MS medicine.
Okay, its not available through an inhaler yet (but I "will" make sure to tell him about my own lay-person's thoughts on using the largest permeable membrane in the human body, the lungs, like the tobacco and marijuana cigarette manufacturers did centuries ago to make lots and lots of money.)
But at least its something better than jabbing myself with needles, which leads to all kinds of injection site complication, like cysts, opportunistic infections, swelling, rosacea among others, and meets with all kinds of patient resistance and abandonment of the therapy.
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