There are now 11 licensed treatments for multiple sclerosis, commonly known as DMTs (disease modifying therapies). These are available for people with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis and range from Tysabri, Lemtrada, oral therapies, to copaxone and the interferons. Speak with those living with MS to find out first hand what it is like to be on a particular treatment, or, if you have a question for an expert, check out our MS Reporters videos. DMTs are not a cure for MS, but they can have impacts on relapse rates, disease progression, MRI activity and long term brain health.
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