I'm doing some research for a company that is hoping to launch a new way to boost the immune system in people who have chronic illnesses, including MS. I'm trying to better understand what the real benefits of having a stronger immune system would be to those who are suffering long-term with MS. Can anyone give me some insights? I realise there is no single experience of MS – indeed, it clearly has many, many individual manifestations. (I have an autistic son, so know what a spectrum of symptoms can mean.) But what would it mean to you to have a stronger immune system? What would change? How would things be different/better?
Many thanks indeed for your help with this. I hope I am not intruding or asking the impossible.