Multiple Sclerosis: Close To Being Conquered
The development of a plethora of new medicines for multiple sclerosis over the past 10 years is truly remarkable. As well as the dozen or so agents now available to treat relapsing MS, the first potential product for the poorly treated condition, primary progressive MS, is nearing the market.
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