FDA Approved MS Modifying Medications

FDA Approved

At this time, there is no known cure for MS. The FDA has approved these medications to slow the progression of multiple sclerosis: Since 1993, medications that alter the immune system, particularly interferons, have been used to manage multiple sclerosis. Interferons are a protein that naturally occurs in the body. …

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Celebrating Multiple Sclerosis

July is a very significant month for me. July marks my 7th MS anniversary and my 5th Tysabri anniversary.  The days surely do fly by. I can’t believe it has been 7 years since my diagnosis. It feels like just yesterday I was in the hospital not knowing I was …

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Poll Results – Do you take any of the following disease modifying drugs?

This question was active from June 19 to October 13 and 482 people responded all toll.  Here is a breakdown of the results: Do you take any of the following disease modifying drugs? – 482 Not yet – 13% Not interested – 10% Avonex – 4% Betaseron – 5% Extavia …

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Multiple Sclerosis Immunosuppressive Treatment

MS Frequently asked questions

Multiple Sclerosis is a disease that is not fully understood. MultipleSclerosis-Relief.com is proud to join forces with other passionate people motivated to educate and support the MS community. In this video I briefly describe the FDA approved immunosuppressive medications. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hl-nHX6Y-n0[/youtube] The National MS society believes it is important to get …

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