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Share your perspective on PML clinical trials

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PML can have severe permanent effects on the brain of patients who survive. Given the disabling effects, travel to a central site can be difficult. I think that having the trial with investigators in or visiting multiple major cities would make participation easier. If the possibility of a cure/prevention of PML were available, most patients would want to participate. The awareness of PML is somewhat limited because PML... more »

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Long-term PML survivor would be willing to participate in trials trending idea

It took 5 1/2 months for doctors to diagnose me with PML, and by the end of that time I was paralyzed down my entire left side. My understanding is that if I hadn't gotten diagnosed by 6 months, PML would probably have killed me, so I was extremely lucky to beat that deadline. This is the link to the article about my case from The Washington Post:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/medical-mysteries-like-a-slow-motion-stroke/2015/04/20/11588492-cbe6-11e4-8c54-ffb5ba6f2f69_story.html... more »

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I would be willing to participate in clinical trials as a way to raise awareness about the disease and to explore any possible treatment options. There always seems to be a delay in diagnosis, perhaps due to physician lack of familiarity with the condition, and the results are usually devastating. There is very little hope of any meaningful recovery, though, aside from constant therapy (physical, occupational, speech,... more »

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