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Novartis' Kesimpta Goes Up Against Roche's Ocrevus In MS

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The anti-CD20 monoclonal antibody was approved by the US FDA for relapsing multiple sclerosis, bringing a new treatment to the crowded therapeutic area – with the benefit of self-administration. 

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