What do you want to know about MS and clinical trials?

If you have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis or any other chronic illness, you may have heard these dreaded words from your neurologist – “there is no clinical evidence that proves what you’re doing works.” 

You, like me, may be very annoyed when your neurologist shoots down your ideas, simply because there have been no clinical trials done that prove what you know in your heart to be true. For instance, I know in my body, mind, and soul that when I eat a diet that is natural, whole and clean, my MS feels better. I feel better. My mind feels clearer. I feel fewer symptoms and full of energy. I don’t need a clinical trial to tell me that kale works to make me feel better – I just know.

Seems like common sense, right?

Why is so hard to get an answer? And why is it so hard to get a clinical trial going for what I want to know?!

If you are feeling the same, please use the form below to answer the following question:

What is the most annoying thing your neurologist has ever said to you about clinical trials? What has taken all the wind out of your sails and successfully squashed your hope?

You can read my post about the most annoying thing a neurologist has ever said to me here, and in the meantime – stay positive, and eat your greens!

MS & Clinical Trials
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