thanks kelly–

December 2, 2010 at 4:09 pm

[FONT=”Microsoft Sans Serif”]i have always heard the the younger one is, the better the chances of remission. i do hope that is exactly what is happening with your emily… from what you say, it sure sounds plausible.

what a success story it would be if you could post that emily is not relapsing after being free of ivig for a sustained period! i’ll look out for that post with eagerness 😉

in good health!

Thanks Kelly

June 17, 2009 at 6:02 pm

It looks like there hasn’t been a whole lot of research into this area, but what little research has been done shows about a 50% success rate.

To my mind, that’s pretty darn good!

It seems to me that kind of success rate begs further investigation!


Thanks Kelly

August 28, 2008 at 11:19 pm

Thanks Kelly! I appreciate everybody in here. You all are so wonderful. I already had a great deal of knowledge about Lupus and being sick with that. And then getting CIDP. Being in this site, I have learned alot. And it has helped me cope a bit better knowing what I am dealing with. Just scary at times. The unknown is what scares me. If I knew what it was I would handle it much better because I would know something about it. But that unknown stuff gets hard to handle.