This is the brochure that Biogen distributes at MS seminars and
doctor's offices nationwide;
This was from Lazlo's restaurant in Lincoln, Nebraska;
I recently took part in a video shoot, you can see part of it
here. at the BIOGEN HQ in Boston.
Click the "Fighter's forum" to see it.
I write and produce a series of videos on YouTube that chronicle my
experience with multiple sclerosis and the MS drug,
had MS, I have gotten two serious other medical problems;
Shingles and Swine flu. I doubt either are directly related to multiple
sclerosis (although there are some tenuous connections).
I am a
Patient Advocate for Biogen, the company that makes
Tysabri. I participate in and/or speak at various MS events
throughout the Midwest. I became a Patient Advocate in 2010, four years after
starting Tysabri in November of 2006.
Like the disease itself, the drugs for MS will affect everyone
differently. Yes, I started walking one day after my 3rd infusion of
Tysabri in January of 2007, but that doesn't mean everyone will notice a change that
quickly. Many have, but others have not.
The Albuquerque Journal; November 2000
While I started walking shortly after I began to take Tysabri, I used a wheelchair for four years prior to that. I also received IV steroid treatments several times a year for
MS relapses. April of 2006 was the last steroid treatment I
I am taking the drug "TYSABRI" for my MS and have been on it since
November of 2006. I get an IV infusion once every 28 days.