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Appleton man wants to spread word of treatment he says removed his multiple sclerosis symptoms

10:56 AM, Nov. 12, 2013
Appleton man praises multiple sclerosis 'miracle d...
Appleton man praises multiple sclerosis 'miracle d...: Michael Evans, 37, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2004. One year after testing a new drug as part of a clinical trial, his symptoms have disappeared. The FDA could approve the drug by the end of 2013. (Nov. 12, 2013).
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Michael Evans doesn't use the C-word.

He doesn't want to jinx his luck. Technically, the 37-year-old still has multiple sclerosis. But after being symptom-free for almost two years, the "miracle drug" Evans received in a clinical trial is as close to a c-u-r-e as he can imagine.

"This is how I felt before I was even diagnosed," Evans tells Post-Crescent Media. "Alemtuzumab isn't just telling my immune system to knock things off, it's making things better." ...

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