I agree there are no easy choices but would disagree that much of the choice is down to your consultant. All doctors within the NHS are controlled by what their PCT will allow them to prescribe. In our area the NHS will not fund Mitoxantrone for MS,. They will not fund Sativex camparth or LDN either.
This does not mean if you live in this area these choices are not available but it does mean if you want them you have to fund them yourself. Tysabrie is funded but as in most places it is only offered to approximately 1% of people diagnosed with MS.
This is why many people who are prepared to take responsibility for their own health choose diet, LDN and treatment for CCSVI if they can afford it.
It is very important we realise what our doctors can offer is controlled much more by money and politics that science and it varies from PCT tot PCT.
The key reason it is important to understand that is that doctors generally only offer the things their particular PCT will fund. If therefore you had lived in this are you would not have been offered Mitoxantrone.so unless you had done your own research you would not even have been told about it.