On this forum, we tend to focus on healing, stopping progression, and or reversing to some extent.
Some people do very well, others not. Some remain on RX meds and some are able to not need them any longer. But there is no cure.
At this time only IVIG has disease modifying actions. A new drug Rituxan, is sometimes used for gammonopathies..but that is still experimental. People with autoimmune PNs may see a reduction in symptoms when the autoimmune process is blocked.
Diabetics also see some improvement with dietary control tightening and some supplements.
Brian, here is an example of a very nice reversal of diabetic PN.
You can use "members list" here and find his posts.
He checks in generously and occasionally now, since he is improved.
Most of the drugs used for PN today, only mask the symptoms.
They do not affect the process, which tends to continue, depending on the causes. Hereditary PN (CMT) really has no
treatment still at this time. However, keeping B12, Vit D and
magnesium intake normal can help some with symptoms.
It is unclear at this time if mito support nutrients would be useful for these patients.
If you continue on the path of drug induced toxicity, then your only recourse is symptom relief.
Other common drugs also can cause PN:
Fluoroquinolones continue to appear with increasing frequency as neurotoxic. Often given freely by doctors for simple infections, many people end up exposed to them as well.
Here is a listing of statin papers and neuropathy:
There is an interesting video at this link:
It is amazing how this topic has exploded over the past 5 years, and data is expanding rapidly now.