Thursday, 25 June 2009

Cancer Drug Could Revolutionise MS Treatment

Researchers in the UK believe a common cancer drug could revolutionise the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS).
Not only is it a pill but it is also more effective at slowing the debilitating disease.
Eighteen-thousand Australians have the crippling, often unpredictable disease.
Currently, the only treatments involve constant injections and sufferers have long wanted an alternative to that harsh form of medication.